Alternative Therapies to Treat...

Jan 27, 2013

Introduction Alternative therapies can be very useful in treating rabbits for many acute and chronic conditions. The modalities work...

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Tellington TTouch for a Happy ...

Jan 20, 2013

Tellington TTouch® is a safe, gentle bodywork comprised of circular touches and subtle body lifts. The soothing circles are done all...

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Color Therapy: A Gentle Way to...

Jan 16, 2013

Color therapy is another of the alternative modalities that works with energy, or vibrational, fields. Even though the “how” of...

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Homeopathy: Alternative Medici...

Jan 16, 2013

Homeopathy is an alternative modality that can be very effective for treating disease in rabbits. Dr. Mark Newkirk, a companion-animal...

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Rehabilitation and Movement Th...

Jan 8, 2013

Caring for a rabbit who suffers from degenerative disease, disability, injury, or paralysis can be a daunting task. However, it can...

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Reiki for the Health and Well-...

Jan 7, 2013

Reiki is a simple, safe, gentle, and powerful healing art that works on all four levels of the body: physical, mental, emotional, and...

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Deepening the Bond: How to Con...

Jan 4, 2013

Massage is a relaxing healing treatment that engenders a feeling of well-being in both human and non-human recipients. Rabbits benefit...

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On the Wonk: A Site for Headti...

Jun 10, 2012

Welcome to www.OnTheWonk.com! This site has been written by bunny owners for bunny owners to help you care for and treat your headtilt...

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Harry Goes to the Chiropractor

Jul 10, 2011

Animal chiropractic is a relatively new profession, and it has great potential for dealing with many animal health...

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Acupuncture in Rabbits

Jul 10, 2011

Traditional chinese medicine (TCM) has existed for five thousand years. It has been used to treat a wide variety of physical and...

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TTouch: A Gentle Way to Better...

Jan 26, 2011

Editorial note: HRS does not make endorsements. We occasionally publish material, in the interest of the rabbits, that may...

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