Veterinary Practice Brings Acupuncture to Pets

Dr. Candice Carden, pictured here with her daugher, Kamryn, and her horse, Tuscon, have established a new veterinary practice in Sheridan over the past several months.  Carden offers the community unique credentials as an animal acupuncturist.  (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Dr. Candice Carden, pictured here with her daugher, Kamryn, and her horse, Tuscon, have established a new veterinary practice in Sheridan over the past several months. Carden offers the community unique credentials as an animal acupuncturist. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Last month, Sheridan Media News reported on a new veterinary practice that has set down roots in the Sheridan Area. Dr. Candice Carden of Powder River Veterinary Hospital and Supply brings a new skill set and service capability to community, which includes some therapeutic options that are sometimes overlooked.

Carden explained she is uniquely certified in a form of ancient Chinese medicine that yields real results.

Carden has comprehensive experience in acupuncture. She's given the therapy to both large and small arthritic pets, working animals, and even bucking bulls slated to perform in the National Finals Rodeo. While the treatment isn't always the first thing that comes to mind in the world of modern medicine, Carden has seen the benefits it provides time and time again.

She said acupuncture can act as a non-pharmaceutical solution for a variety of animal health issues.

For more information on acupuncture or Powder River Veterinary Hospital and Supply, visit their new website, or call 763-6073.

http://prvhs.com/

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