Sun Dog Cat Moon Acupuncture for Pets

Acupuncture for Pets

Is your pet in pain? Sun Dog Cat Moon offers a range of acupuncture treatments for your pet. Acupuncture has been used for centuries to provide people and animals with pain relief and assistance with healing. Call (843) 437-0063 to book an acupuncture session for your pet!

Acupuncture for Pets at Sun Dog Cat Moon

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is the practice of strategically placing small, thin needles into specific points in the body to promote healing or relief from pain or ailments. Acupuncture can also help your pet to heal from injuries and illness more quickly than no treatment at all. Call (843) 437-0063 to schedule your pet’s acupuncture session today

Will acupuncture hurt my pet?

No. However, some pets do not tolerate acupuncture. Some pets experience a phobia of needles or become too restless to receive acupuncture treatments. If your pet is not a candidate for acupuncture, you can always explore laser therapy as a less-invasive treatment option. For more information about veterinary acupuncture, call us at (843) 437-0063

Can acupuncture help my pet?

Acupuncture is used to treat several conditions in animals including:

  • Arthritis
  • Disk Disease
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Urinary Tract Disease
  • Cushing’s Disease
  • Kidney Failure
  • Respiratory Problems
  • Skin Conditions
  • Gastrointestinal Conditions
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Seizures

Call (843) 437-0063 to find out how we can help your pet with acupuncture

Will acupuncture instantly heal my pet?

Your pet’s success with acupuncture depends on your pet’s health, age, personality, and strength. You may not see any results from acupuncture treatments until after the third treatment. Call (843) 437-0063 to learn more about acupuncture at Sun Dog Cat Moon

Types of Acupuncture

There are several methods of acupuncture pets. Each acupuncture treatment is effective for different ailments. Your pet’s acupuncture therapist at Sun Dog Cat Moon will create a custom course of acupuncture treatment that’s best for your pet and his or her needs.


Electroacupuncture passes a low amount of electrical current through the acupuncture needs.


The Aquapuncture technique involves injections of Vitamin B12 on acupuncture points.


Hemoacupuncture involves allowing a small droplet of blood to be released from the acupuncture point. This technique can be effective in relieving fevers.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is the name of the technique of applying acupuncture needs to the Trigger Point of the muscle.