Start Your Acupressure Journey


Essential Guide for everyone working in a canine business. Have happier clients by serving them on a higher level.

Start your journey today by using this simple and powerful technique immediately.

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Hi! I'm Felix

Why I created this guide.

Dear Dog Lover,


It’s my passion to care for animals! To make sure all the animals I see in practice receive the best possible care I educate my clients on how to massage acupressure points in between acupuncture sessions. 

Many were sceptical…

First, most dog owners were sceptical. Some thought they could never learn how to massage their furry friends in such a short period of time. Others were worried they wouldn’t find the proper point location.

But the outcome was amazing!

After a few weeks, many excited clients came back telling me how easy it was to treat their dogs. But not only that. They were amazed by what a big difference a simple 5-minute massage per day made to their furry friends. 

This is why I want to make this guide available to everyone.
As this guide helped so many of my clients I want to make it available to everyone. The easy instructions and point selections included in this guide will enable dog owners like you to make a big difference. 
Do you want to find out how to soothe pain, arthritis, gastrointestinal diseases and many more health conditions with a non-invasive and natural treatment method? 

Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Table of Contents


Part I



  • Introduction
  • How to prepare for a session
  • Meridian Map
  • Point work techniques
  • Two points every dog owner should know
  • How to soothe pain
  • Listlessness – Qi Deficiency
  • Performance-enhancing points
  • Hip pain & Hip Dysplasia

Part II



  • Arthritis – Joint & Muscle Pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Stifle Pain
  • Hip Problems
  • Back Pain – Disk Disease
  • Coughing
  • Skin Ailments
  • Eart Infections
  • Digestive Complaints

Benefits of Acupressure

Improve Health

Learn how to resolve your dog’s health problems with acupressure. You will be shocked how easy this method is!

Soothe Pain

Soothe your Dog's pain from arthritis or other conditions and improve his wellbeing and quality of life.


Build and improve the bond with your dog by spending 5-10 extra minutes with him per day.

Save Money

Keep your dog healthy and fit and save money on expensive medications and treatments.

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Benefit From Our Community

All Members enjoy full support from a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist.

  • Ask Questions.
  • Interact in our Facebook Group.
  • Receive additional point prescriptions on demand.

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What Readers Say

Easy to read, and well explained. I'm looking forward to continuing!


Dog Owner

I loved how clear, simple and concise it is. The layout really flows. I especially love all of the demo images and the ‘further recommendations’ with lots of extremely beneficial tips.


Canine Physiotherapist

I love it, it's so relevant to what I do, and easy to use and very professional looking, well done 👏👏👏


Canine Physiotherapist

Commonly Asked Questions

No problem! This guide is designed for dog owners without prior knowledge.

This is great! Acupressure can help to keep him healthy & fit and prevent disease.

Not at all! Acupressure is basically a very simple massage technique. The key is that you massage the right spot. Our first-class images make it easy for you to locate those spots.

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The membership will run over a period of 365 days.

Dr Felix Wilsmann, founder of Atlantic Points Veterinary Acupuncture & Chiropractic Care designed this guide during the COVID crisis to offer his patients a resource to bridge the gap until treatment sessions could be commenced.

This guide is intended as a source of information amongst others. The techniques described herein are meant to complement and not be a substitute for professional veterinary care or veterinary acupuncture. Any ailment, injury or change in behaviour should first be seen by a qualified veterinarian.