On Saturday, June 18th, we will have a special vendor demonstration. Tracey Stevens DVM with Integrated Veterinary Services will be on hand. Would you like to see if your dog tolerates/benefits from acupuncture? Tracey will offer free “mini”-acupuncture treatments for dogs.
Please bring your pet on leash to the market.
Here at this Farmers Market “mini” event, Tracey can’t do a full TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) exam and treatment due to time and space constraints. But she can and will do a “mini” exam and treatment for your pet. Conditions which may benefit from acupuncture include:
- Recovery after surgery or illness
- Pain and decreased mobility
- GI issues
- Kidney/Liver problems
- Congestive heart failure
Tracey Stevens is a 1996 graduate of the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine. Understanding the value of alternative therapies to treat certain animal conditions, Tracey also graduated from the Chi Institute, one of three veterinary acupuncture schools in the U.S., earning her CVA (certified Veterinary Acupuncturist) in 2015. In her veterinary practice, Tracey has not abandoned Western Medicine, but she has also embraced centuries-old proven medical practices from the East, blending these two traditions to enhance her ability to treat pets.