Improve Their Quality of Life and End of Life

Kim Shotola
March-April 2020 • Vol 3, No 109

Animals frequently suffer from physical pain. Sadly, it’s a huge factor in lessening their quality of life, and it often accompanies their end of life. But there are many things you can do to help reduce or eliminate your animal’s discomfort.
First, of course, have your animal checked out by a vet, so that you know what’s going on. Medication or surgery is sometimes necessary. Often, natural remedies and therapies can produce life-changing results. Holistic veterinarians can offer some wonderful therapies that may help your animal:

  • A chiropractic adjustment may be needed because when your animal’s bones are out of alignment, this can cause pain.
  • Laser therapy can project heat to the areas of concern and provide relief.
  • Hydrotherapy may be ideal, as it gently works your animal’s joints in water.
  • Acupuncture can aid distressed muscles and keep energy meridians flowing and balanced.

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