Melbourne Veterinary Acupuncture

Things to know

  • Acupuncture is usually well tolerated by animals and you may even find your pet running towards the treatment room after a couple of treatments!

  • If your animal is food-driven and relaxes better with treats, feel free to bring your pet’s favourite treats to the treatment sessions

  • If your pet has a favourite blanket or bed to lie on and you think it may make your furry kid more comfortable during treatment, bring it along!

  • To achieve the best possible treatment results, we ask you to provide us with the medical history of your pet from your regular veterinarian 48 hours PRIOR to your appointment

  • If your animal is under current treatment with steroids, a slowed response to treatment with acupuncture is to be expected

  • Depending on the condition and its severity, some patients do not respond to treatment, this is usually evident after 4-6 treatments. In these cases we will discuss further treatment options

  • Please take your dog for a good walk prior to the treatment, if his/her condition allows this, as most dogs are more relaxed after exercise

  • After your pet’s acupuncture treatment avoid excessive exercise or stress for the rest of the day.




What is acupuncture?

The treatment

Things to know

Dr Jennifer Robinson





27 Kean St 

Caulfield South 3162

Elwood Vet

116 Ormond Road

Elwood 3184


phone. +61 478 700 681


Monday  - Thursday 10am -3pm

Wednesday 4 - 7pm

CLOSED: Friday  - Sunday

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