Two Points Every Dog Owner Should Know
Shock | Apnea | Cardiac Emergencies
GV 26 is the emergency point! Press it in situations of acute distress such as shock, respiratory and cardiac emergencies, or apnea. Do not hesitate to use firm pressure with your fingertip in an emergency situation.
This point is also often used to stimulate the respiratory & circulatory system in the newborn
- GV 26 – just on the nose at the level of the lower border of the nostrils.
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- In an emergency contact your vet as soon as possible.
GV 20 works magic!
GV 20 works magic! Many cats fall asleep when GV 20 is massaged. It works in dogs as well. Use this point when your dog is agitated.
- GV 20 – just on top of the head, cranial to the bony prominence.