It is a working tool, a study tool & an essential piece of equipment for any practitioner in the field right in the palm of your hand. Now you can leave your books and charts at home and be out with the dogs doing what you do best.
The Tallgrass Canine AcuPoint App offers:
Clear images of all 12 Major Meridians on a dog
Acupoints are easily seen in relation to each other
Point Classification listings for easy review
Detailed Acupoint Location, Energetics & Functions, and best of all -
Commonly used acupoints for 15 specific canine conditions.
With the Tallgrass Canine AcuPoint App you can:
See all the meridians and point locations
Review acupoint energetics & functions
Determine acupoint selection on site
Be more confident in point location
Have suggested acupoints for common canine conditions
The Canine AcuPoint app makes every canine practitioner’s job much easier – there is nothing else like it and it is all at your finger tips. It is a win-win for you and the dogs!
Minor update to Record Keeping Date Field.
Ratings and Reviews
With the new update I can’t update. I tried reinstalling and it still won’t upload. I like this app - just need it to work.
Great info and presentation, short on points
When this app has the point I am interested in, I find it to be quite useful. It looks nice, has some decent point info, and the meridian diagrams are well done (though muscle/skeletal overlays would be helpful). 1 have 2 main disappointments:
1) the point database is quite abbreviated. I often find myself switching from this app to TcmClinicAid to get info on the many points not included.
2) Lack of search functionality. It would be great to be able to search points by keyword.
Given the level of abbreviation I was quite disappointed to have paid such a premium, especially given that there are significantly richer human oriented apps at the same or lower price points.
Good first effort
This is an expensive app but worth the money when you consider the fact that there are no other applications available in this category for animals. I teach animal massage and have already used this in my class and my students like using this as a learning tool and will use this in the field as a portable reference. The pathology section is very helpful for the students as well. At some point in the future I hope that the authors will add some dimensionality to this app so that the underlying boney landmarks, muscles, nerves and bones can be seen as well and a point location description for each point.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.