Energy Garden Vet was created as a complement to the already high-quality conventional or Western veterinary care practices in our area in order to provide healthcare for pets from a different approach. Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) works by looking at the body as a whole to identify overall imbalances and provide a pattern diagnosis, as opposed to a traditional disease diagnosis. Treatment is then focused on correcting the imbalance, returning the body to homeostasis so that it can heal itself, and all of this is done with less stress on your pet in the comfort of their home environment.


Acupuncture is a non-invasive and virtually painless therapy used to promote healing and improved body function. 

Chinese Herbal Therapy

Using prepared combinations of plant parts (leaves, roots, fruit) to help return the body to balanced homeostasis.

Chinese Food Therapy

Using the Chinese medical pattern diagnosis to prescribe foods or combinations of food to aid in returning the body to a balanced healthy state.

Molly is a 3 year old Labrador Retriever that was 93 lbs at the time I had adopted her. She had difficulty getting up and was limping a lot after our walks. We took her to our vet, she was diagnosed with arthritis on both her knees. I got her some pain medication. Dr Bonacorsi had recommended acupuncture and herbs for Molly. I scheduled her several acupuncture appointments. There was some improvement after the first session and by the second session, combining with the herbs, she was no longer limping. She was able to get up without hesitation. After 4 treatments, her walks were longer and we were going out several times a day. She was able to go up and down the stairs without help. Acupuncture and combining with herbs definitely has improved the quality of her life 100%. Molly will continue to get treatment as needed. I strongly believe it can help most dogs as I’ve seen the benefits with Molly.