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The best information & easy to understand.
By Kkb on May 19, 2012
This book is very well written and illustrated for easy use. I have used the information to help a kitten just a couple of weeks old and on my cat that is a senior. This morning I read and started using it for one of my dogs. Deanna clearly researched and wrote to help average people help their animals feel better. The illustrations to find the pressure points are very well done and easy to find. When I use the pressure points it is clear the animals enjoy because they relax and allow the pressure to work. I am very happy with the book and recommend the book for anyone who wants to aide in the health and well being of their pets.
Not limited to the animals on the cover
By Amazon Customer on April 12, 2013
This book is simply phenominal! It’s super comprehensive, filled with all kinds of options to relieve the adverse effects of many different afflictions including out of normal range blood test results. The first section of the book covers all acupoints with a description of the location of each acupoint, an illustration of each acupoint and its corresponding points (all stomach points are on one diagram, all gallbladder points are on another seperate diagram, etc), and a description of each point’s effect. The second section covers the most common ailments and the corresponding recipe of points to aleviate the symptoms. There are also illustrations to show the location of each point listed in each recipe.
The beginning of each chapter of the second section also discusses the particular animal about to be covered and what ither animals can follow that particular animal based on body type. For instance the guinea pig points and recipes can also be used on rats, gerbils, hamsters and mice. The lizard points can be used on snakes (you just ignore the limb points). The cat points can be used on racoons and skunks.
The points I’ve used so far have all worked.
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By Victoria on September 12, 2012
My tabby Tommy is 10 years old and is diabetic, gets 2 injections a day. He became
constipated and after 4 enemas from the Vet and medication, 5 days later there was no improvement. I got the book about the time we were giving up hope. I started the acupressure on the points recommended in the book and the next day he had a BM.
He is back to his normal self now and I am continuing the acupressure as he loves it. The instructions and illustrations were very clear. I am now going to start working on his diabetese.
Lots of information
By Susan on August 2, 2013
This book contains lots of information — but is a little “over my head” — i.e., a little too in depth with the anatomical terms. I was hoping for something a little more “user friendly.”
Great book, but a bit confusing at first
By Patricia on November 5, 2014
My cat especially love it when I do acupressure on their spine
Animal Acupressure Illustrated the Dog
By Jamie Yates-yee on December 10, 2012
This was a great book full of information and easy to follow. I would recommend this to anyone interested in learning more about acupressure for their pets.
By Tuquoise on July 29, 2013
Just what I wanted. It is well done:many diagrams with exact acupressure points shown and protocols to help treat the dog for various issues.
I found this illustrated book easy to follow and it covers quite a few conditions …
By M. Pethick on November 9, 2014
I found this illustrated book easy to follow and it covers quite a few conditions that apply to our canine family members. I will
continue to use the information contained herein to see if I can better the life of my little, older dog.
By Rachel Higgins on April 24, 2013
This is the first acupressure book specifically focusing on lizards that I have found. There are some for horses, dogs and cats, and a few on other animals or a mix of different animals, but this book is the first I have found specifically for lizards.
In terms of quality, it is a nice book that has a basic anatomy drawing of an iguana on which the acupressure points are shown. All the acupressure points are given a basic location description to aid those who would like the precise location of the points. The points can be used on all different kinds of lizards as their basic body structure is the same (I used points on Chinese water dragons and frilled dragons) and both of the two kinds of lizards I used acupressure on responded well and seemed to relax and enjoy the treatment. In addition, the book includes a basic description of the history of acupressure and acupuncture and all types of acupressure and acupuncture (including stone acupressure), a list of basic acupressure stones, a basic massage before starting acupressure and other basic acupressure and acupuncture information. It also stated that the points could be used for acupuncture by a qualified veterinarian.
The only negative points of this book would be the anatomy drawing (a bit too basic, especially if the descriptions are not used) and the lack of points for some problems very specific to pet reptiles and lizards, such as points for shedding or to aid in calcium and vitamin D3 absorption.
Overall, this is currently the best acupressure book for lizards I have found yet and is one of the few that has anything about lizards at all.
it is great has all kinds of different ways to get the …
By michelle on April 27, 2015
I have used this book so often. it is great has all kinds of different ways to get the results you need fast and easy to understand
By Kkb on June 18, 2014
I was given this book as a gift. I love it! Very clear and easy to follow. I would recommend this book for every horse owner. The explanations and the illustrations are very well done and I have been very successful with following the pressure points. I own four horses and again highly recommend every horse owner to get this book. Great gift!
By Kindle Customer on March 9, 2015
Very helpful book