Pain Management

dog receiving pain helpIf your dog was in pain, wouldn’t you want to know?

Spinning before laying down, grunting when getting up from a nap, excessive panting or even over grooming can be signs that your dog is in pain. It's a myth that as dogs age they continuously slow down. There is no need for our four-legged family members to experience pain as they get older, rather we help them to age gracefully and a longer, happier life. As our beloved pets age, they need more support from their loving family and us…your veterinarian!

Cold laser therapy eases sore muscles by reducing inflammation, increasing blood flow and stimulating cellular activity. It is safe, painless and fast. It treats a wide range of conditions including:

Cold laser therapy, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, or even joint supplements can help your dog live a longer, happier life.

dog pain issues

Acupuncture is becoming more and more popular with humans as well as pets. It stimulates the release of the body's own pain relieving and anti-inflammatory substances, relaxes the muscles, increases blood flow and, in conjunction with Chinese herbal medicine and rehabilitation, it can strongly improve your pet's quality of life and keep them comfortable.   CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

Call us for more details on pain management for your pet or to schedule an appointment! 609-520-2000

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