Traditional Veterinary Medicine

A tradition of veterinary therapy developed very early based on Ayurveda which provides information of preventing and treating diseases of animals

Practice of traditional medicine has been regulated, and training is provided at present by various universities. 

Traditional Chinese veterinary Medicine is often viewed as a form of complementary therapy. There are actually four branches of Traditional Chinese veterinary Medicine those are Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Food Therapy and Tui-na. Practitioners will consider the temperament, sex, age, activity, and environment of an animal along with the animal’s particular disease signs.

  • Veterinary Acupuncture
  • Veterinary Herbal Therapy
  • Food Therapy
  • Is Acupuncture Safe for Animals?

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