Saturday, October 19, 2019

October Issue of the Four Paws Acupuncture E-letter

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Greetings,


Happy October from Salem MA! I hope everyone is enjoying the cooler weather and colorful scenery.

This e-letter is short and sweet. A few tricks, treats and safety tips to for your fur-kids during this spook-tacular season. Enjoy. May we all be blessed by the magic of the Great Pumpkin!


Please note Four Paws Acupuncture will be closed
starting Saturday 10/26/19 through Sunday November 3, 2019. 

Wishing all a very happy and safe Halloween!

Thank you,
jeanie mossa MS., L.Ac.

www.fourpawsacupuncture.com
Four Paws Acupuncture Facebook

Thank You!

We would like to thank everyone for their kind words and get well wishes for our girl Quan Yin Kali Wu.

She is doing well and we are continuing our holistic approach to combat the alien pod living on her leg. Meanwhile our goal is to keep her happy and amused! 


A special thank you to Dr. Leslie Swieko and the pawsome staff of Our Family Veterinary Services for all your expertise, advice and compassion.

If you missed our last e-letter with the details on how we are dealing with the alien please click on this link. https://fourpawsacupuncture.blogspot.com/2019/09/special-edition-e-letter-c-word.html


Healthy Treats

Many of you ask what kind of treats I like to give to dogs during their acupuncture sessions.

The Wag More Bark Less Pumpkin treats are small, grain free and are grain free. Dogs love them. You can find them online or your favorite pet shop.

Purr-fect Treats for Cats!

Our feline kids love these Salmon treats. They also come in chicken flavor too. 

We love living in Salem MA and celebrating Halloween in the Witch City. However the one thing that most pets and folks with PTSD do not love are the unnecessary fireworks that are set off on Halloween night.

If your pet suffers from noise anxiety here are a few things that may help.

Bach Flower Rescue Remedy - add a few drops to your pets' water, treats or rub on it's ears. 
http://www.bachflower.com/rescue-remedy-pet/

Hyland's Calms Forte - a homeopathic remedy that is safe and will help calm your pet or yourself at night. https://www.hylands.com/products/hylands-calms-forté®

Wearing a Thundershirt helps our dog through these stressful times. www.thundershirt.com/

And our new favorite calming remedy is the Quiet Moments Calming Treats by NaturVet. We give Quan Yin two of these during storms and fireworks. 
https://naturvet.com/product/quiet-moments-calming-aid-tablets/


All of these can be found online or your favorite local pet shop.

In addition to all these supplements we also turn the air conditioner on to drown out the noise. Unfortunately our house is right next to the area the fireworks are let off so it sounds like a war zone!

Some pets are extra sensitive to sounds and barometric pressures and may need stronger medication. If these natural remedies do not help please consult your veterinarian.

Our boy, Nubi juan Kenobi is now a write-in candidate for City Council-cat of Ward 2 in Salem MA.

If elected, all firework displays will be silent or replaced with light shows playing classical music that is calming! 



Four Paws Acupuncture Hours


Mondays

Herbal & Nutritional Phone Consultations
http://www.fourpawsacupuncture.com/phone.html




Tuesdays & Wednesdays
House-calls in Salem, Beverly & Marblehead



Thursdays & Fridays
Office hours at Our Family Veterinary Services

Closed Weekends & Holidays.


Please note Four Paws Acupuncture will be closed
from October 26th through November 3, 2019.


To schedule a session please contact me directly.

New patients please fill out our Contact Us form.
http://www.fourpawsacupuncture.com/contact.html
A few tips from the Calgary Humane Society:
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Bark Ranger Walk

Salem Maritime National Historic Site
160 Derby St, Salem, Massachusetts 01970

Sunday 10/20/19 & 10/27/19
8:54-9:45

Every Sunday morning meet Park Ranger Peter at "Waite and Peirce" at 193 Derby Street for this one mile walk. Join us for the eye rolling, tail wagging walk and learn about history from a dog's eye view. All leashed dogs are welcome! Be sure to bring water and poop bags for your dog(s).

Email Peter_Hoge@nps.gov with questions.
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