Acupuncture

‘Acuvet Ireland’ is delighted to be offering an Acupuncture service at Shenick veterinary centre .

About the Acupuncturist

Acupuncturist Jacqui is a 1997 graduate of the Veterinary College of Ireland at University College Dublin, during which time she also attended Colorado State University. After qualifying she completed an internship at Anglesey Lodge Veterinary Hospital in Co. Kildare. She then worked in Cheltenham at Peasebrook Equine Hospital for a while before coming back to Ireland.
She spent 18 years working in an equine and small animal hospital in County Meath. She then completed a certificate in veterinary acupuncture with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and set up her own Practice, ‘Acuvet Ireland’ in 2018. ‘ She will soon be undertaking a course in food therapy for pets.
Jacqui, her husband Colm, also a vet, and family live in North County Dublin.
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How do I book a session?

To book an appointment, call our clinic on 01 8493071

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Is it safe?

Yes, it is safe and effective. Under European and Irish rules it must be performed by a qualified Veterinary Surgeon.

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Does it hurt?

No, the needles are very tiny and pets tend to relax during treatment

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How can it help my pet?

Acupuncture can be useful for treating a range of conditions:

  • Musculoskeletal pain and lack of mobility.
  • Boosts immunity
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic skin issues
  • Arthritis
  • Speeds healing
  • Restores well-being
  • Reducing long term medication
  • Senior pets- gives your pet a helping hand at being old
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