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About Tuning Fork TherapyŽ and Dogs Acu-points

Acupuncture for Animals

Using acupuncture needles on animals become widely accepted in the U.S. some thirty years ago. In 1974, the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the practice of veterinary acupuncture, was formed. To date, the IVAS is the only international veterinary acupuncture organization of its kind with more than 150,000 vets and 700,000 par veterinary assistants in several different countries.

The IVAS establishes standards practice for its membership offering educational programs and accreditation examination. According to its website, www.ivas.org, the Society seeks to integrate veterinary acupuncture and the practice of western veterinary science. Although the use of acupuncture is indicated for mostly functional problems such as allergies, pain, inflammation and paralysis, the Society further lists conditions for which acupuncture is indicated.  These conditions include:

  • Musculoskeletal problems, such as arthritis

  • vertebral disc  pathology, Sore backs

  • Skin problems, such as lick granuloma

  • Respiratory problems, such as feline asthma

  • Gastrointestinal problems, such as diarrhea

  • Selected reproductive problems and disorders

  • Nervous system problems, such as facial nerve paralysis

  • Allergic dermatitis

  • Heaves

  • “Bleeders”

  • Gastrointestinal problems, such as nonsurgical colic




Acupuncture can stimulate nerves and increase blood circulation. Use acupuncture points to relieve muscle spasms, aches and pain. Points can also be used to release of hormones, such as endorphins (one of the body’s pain control chemicals). Activating points can also release cortisol, a natural steroid, into the body.

Using tuning forks on animals, instead of needles, will accomplish much the same effect but without pain or risks. Since tuning forks are NOT an invasive procedure, there are many risks that you will not have to worry.

Some risks of using needles include creating a hematoma if you accidentally puncture a circulatory structure, brain damage or stroke from deep needling at the base of the skull, nerve injury from accidental puncture of a nerve, kidney damage from deep needling of the lower back, pneumothorax from deep needling into the lung, etc. (About - Asheville Animal Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic ... (n.d.).

In addition to the physical trauma of improper needling, there is also a hygienic concern to using needles. Without proper sterilization procedures, needles may transfer diseases such as the HIV virus and hepatitis. There are stringent codes of safe practice for the practitioner to follow in the use of needles in acupuncture treatment. But when using tuning forks, the codes are a lot less stringent. For proper cleaning of tuning forks, I suggest wiping your tuning forks before and after every treatment session with an alcohol wipe.

Acupuncture may be one of the safest and effective forms of treatment for animals when administered properly. Using the basic knowledge of acupuncture, you can substitute needles for tuning forks making the outcome even more profound. Adding tuning forks adds an additional layer of sound and vibration to the healing session.



Locate 10 major acu-points to use to help bring health and healing to your pet.

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Alarm Points for Canines

Alarm Points for Canines








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See an example of the Triple Warmer Alarm Point – CV 5 below

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