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Dr. Truli is a credentialed member of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture

2017 June 16

Acupuncture for Pets

Dr. Sandra Truli Springer, known as Dr. Truli to her patients, explains “What is Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine?”

Chihuahuas are famous for hating the vet! This Chihuahua loves her house calls.

Teenie the Chihuahua is friends with Dr. Truli after years of Acupuncture & Massage

“Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine as practiced in the United States is Integrative Medicine where the four branches of acupuncture, food therapy, herbal medicine, and medical massage therapy are implemented along with appropriate Western biomedicine for the benefit of pets health and well-being,” says Dr. Truli.

Click here to read more about TCVM.


Acupuncture applied to the scalp and face can be effective to help brain and eye disease


Chinese herbal medicine is sophisticated and prescribed by trained doctors

Getting to the heart of herbal medicine

Crocl-pot, baked, casserole, fresh sauteed, boiled: dog food is doable!

2 nutritionally balanced, home-cooked, organic meals for a small dog

Guinea Pigs often get constipated, Tui-na medical massage gives us another treatment option

Massage for Constipated Guinea Pig

As a credentialed AAVA veterinary acupuncturist, Dr. Truli must keep up with current education in holistic medicine.

Dr. Sandra Truli Springer, VMD, CVA, CVFT, CVTP is a Credentialed Member of the AAVA

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