Animal Acupuncture, K9 Massage and Healing Balm


Due to the Covid-19 Virus, I’m unable to continue doing one-on-one consultations until further notice.
I’m available for consultations via Skype, Zoom, Facebook messenger. I’m able to talk you through different massage techniques suitable for your dogs’ condition and also able to show you on one of my own four demo dogs how to correctly apply those techniques.
The price is $30 for a 30-minute consultation.
Please contact me on 0278264323 for bookings or any questions.

I’m hoping that in a few weeks everything will go back to normal and I’m able to offer my one-on-one consultations again. Until then, please stay HOME, stay healthy and safe!

If you and your dogs are interested in learning a few Tricks, check out “The Dusty Dingo Dog Training” !! Mady is a certified Dog Trick Trainer and her motto is: Where the fun never stops… I think it says it all!! : )



I’m traveling once a month to Dunedin and Invercargill and I’ll be back in Dunedin on Thursday the 21st of May and Invercargill on Friday the 22nd of May. Please get in contact with me if you would like to make a booking for your dog.  027 826 4323

Dog Acupuncture Therapy:
Acupuncture is recognized by the International Veterinary Academy for Pain Management!

What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a style of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been in practice for more than 2,500 years.
Acupuncture, in its simplest sense, is the treatment of conditions or symptoms by the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body in order to produce a stimulation and response.
Acupuncture is from the Latin words, “acus” meaning ‘needle’ and “punctura” meaning ‘to prick’.
Traditional Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, focuses on the underlying cause of disease, not just the symptoms manifested in each individual patient.

What condition can be treated with acupuncture?
* Musculoskeletal – osteoarthritis, vertebral disk disease, degenerative joint disease
* Neurological – seizures,  epilepsy, laryngeal paralysis, facial and nerve paralysis and other central nervous system disorder
* Gastrointestinal – vomiting, diarrhea, constipation
* Respiratory – asthma, coughing
* Dermatological – allergic dermatitis, any skin related problems

How safe is acupuncture and does it hurt?
Acupuncture is very safe performed by a qualified practitioner. Some animals may experience minor discomfort when needles are being inserted, but my needles are so thin that most patients tolerate them very well. Acupuncture is known to have a relaxing effect to the point that some animals even fall asleep during treatment.


Canine Massage/Myofunctional Therapy:
The term “myofascia” refers to the muscle, “myo” and the connective tissue that surrounds and attaches the muscle, “fascia”.

Massage is a type of alternative treatment that promotes health in animals. It will help with:
* Relaxation
* Pain Management from Chronic Pain and discomfort of Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia
* Relief from Muscle Tension, Soreness, Spasm and Weaknesses
* Speed Up Healing Process
* Improve Range of Motion in the joints as well muscle tone
* Ease Aging Asepcts
* Reduce Emotional Problems, due to Trauma, Anxiety and Fear

Benefits of Massage:
Massage increases the flow of many systems. Blood, Lymphatic, Cerebral Spinal Fluid, Synovial Fluid and Chi.

My treatments are not, nor are they intended to be a substitute for traditional veterinary care. They are complementary forms of health and care!