Traditional Chinese Acupuncture for Pets


An Eastern Approach to Veterinary Care

Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital's offers Traditional Chinese acupuncture, as well as Chinese herbal medicine. This ancient Eastern approach to wellness is more relevant than ever, and provides many opportunities to solve issues that western medicine can't. Traditional Chinese medicine gets to the root of the illness, providing long term benefits without the side effects of pharmaceuticals or surgery.

Our veterinarian, Dr. Jason Rowan, trained in Beijing with the Master acupuncturist Dr. Xie at the Chi Institute for Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Jason is working towards becoming a certificated acupuncturist. 

A typical first apointment for a new acupuncture patient lasts 45 minutes to an hour. Subsequent treatments last 30-50 minutes, depending on the condition. 

Acupuncture Fees

Initial Consultation for Current Patients

For patients that are up to date on their annual preventative health consultation with Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital, this visit includes a detailed traditional Chinese medicine interview and a physical examination from the veterinarian .

 $98
Initial Consultation for New or Referral Patients

This visit includes a file review, a detailed patient file interview as well as a detailed Traditional Chinese Medicine interview, and physical examination from the veterinarian.

 $128
Acupuncture Treatments 

Treatments are inclusive of traditional needling, electro-acupuncture and aqua-acupuncture.

$89
Acupuncture 5 Pack 

 Prepay for 5 treatments and save $51.

$389
Acupuncture 10 Pack 

 Prepay for 10 treatments and save $131.

$749

Other Consultation Fees

Symptoms to seek Acupuncture

If your cat or dog experiences any of these symptoms, they may benefit from acupuncture.

  • Pain management for chronic conditions
  • Arthritis, joint and mobility issues
  • Intervertebral disk disease, or traumatic nerve injury
  • Neurological issues such as hind end weakness and seizures
  • Respiratory problems, such as feline asthma
  • Skin problems such as lick granulomas and allergic dermatitis
  • Gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, indigentation or lack of appetite
  • Some reproductive problems

Pandosy Village Veterinary Hospital

Our integrative neighbourhood vet clinic offers holistic care for your pets, such as vaccinations and titre testing, Western and Traditional Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional consultations, Traditional Chinese acupuncture, and chiropractic care, as well as conventional medicine, ultrasound, radiology and laboratory diagnostics, spay/neuter surgeries and dentistry. Our Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods store stocks high quality raw and dry food, nutritional supplements, gear and toys.

We invite you to peek inside our hospital, get a sense of What we are all about, and give us a call 778-478-7088 to book a consultation for your best friend.