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Underdog Rescue is a foster-based rescue organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and placing “underdogs” in the forever homes they deserve. They focus on animals who most need our help. Vet Partners works with Underdog Rescue to help ensure these dog receive the medical care they need to be ready for adoption!
Healing Meadows Animal Chiropractic
Healing Meadows Animal Chiropractic is a Minnesota Twin Cities based Animal Chiropractic service provided by Dr. Jessica Donaldson. Animal Chiropractic is a hands-on, non-surgical, drug-free approach to treating soft tissue and joint disorders as well as associated neurological dysfunction. Animal Chiropractors use specific points of contact throughout the joints of the skull, spine, and extremities to elicit a high velocity (quick), low amplitude (small motion) thrust through the line of the joint.
We are excited to offer you Dr. Jessica’s services at our Vet Partners Pet Hospital in Plymouth on Tuesdays and Fridays. We share her belief of treating pets in a comfortable environment helps your pet stay calm, allowing them to receive maximal benefit from their adjustment. That is why one of our hospital design is the perfect space to meet with Dr. Jessica. Call 612.223.9386 or 763.337.4433 to book your consultation today!
The Kitten’s Cradle
Chuck & Don’s
Pets have a way of bringing people together and that’s exactly how Charles “Chuck” Anderson and Don Tauer met. Their involvement in owning, training and showing German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Schipperkes, Border Collies and mixed breeds is how Chuck and Don became acquainted and also became friends.
We are dedicated to reducing the stress on your pet(s)! We provide the best pet care around by allowing your pet(s) to stay in the comfort of their own home while you’re out of town or working long hours. We ensure that only the best and most qualified representatives are selected to care for your pet(s).
According to ancient Chinese medical philosophy, disease is the result of an imbalance of energy in the body. Acupuncture is believed to balance this energy and, thereby, assist the body in healing disease.
In Western terms, acupuncture can assist the body in healing itself by affecting certain physiological changes. For example, acupuncture can stimulate nerves, increase blood circulation, relieve muscle spasm, and blood circulation, relieve muscle spasm, and cause the release of hormones, such as endorphins (one of the body’s pain control chemicals) and cortisol (a natural steroid). Although many of acupuncture’s physiological effects have been studied, many more are still unknown. Further research must be done to discover all of acupuncture’s effects.
Dr. Longtin provides Acupuncture services at Vet Partners via appointment. Please call for more information 763.337.4433