Dog Acupressure for Back Problems : Dog Acupressure for Back Problems: Large Intestine

Dog Acupressure for Back Problems : Dog Acupressure for Back Problems: Large Intestine


The next point we are going to work is another
one along the bladder meridian. It’s large intestine, back transporting point or BL27,
bladder 27. Again, you’re just going to walk a couple more vertebrae down, and do the exact
same thing. As the back transporting point, what this means is it actually helps to transfer
the positive energy along the back, it’s best again for the lower back, so from here on
through the body and again up in the neck interestingly enough this area actually because
it transports the energy, it works the lower part and the upper part, sort of bypassing
this going through. But its major effort is in this area, it’s another one straight up
and down, find your point count down from the ribs and then the point on either side,
straight up and down pressure or a rocking motion, back and forth and that would be the
best way to work this area. Again, really good for the lower back, this may be one of
the ones that you’ll have trouble working on a dog with spondylosis. This is an area
that’s very common for dogs to develop bony protrusions and that might be painful.

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