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Laser Therapy

What is Laser Therapy?

Our state-of-the-art Companion Therapy Laser is a form of photobiomodulation that targets damaged cells and promotes faster cellular regeneration. Similar to plants using the energy from the sun, laser therapy uses a targeted dose of light that energizes cells and promotes accelerated healing, as well as decreasing pain and inflammation. Laser therapy is a drug-free and side-effect free treatment option that is a tremendous adjunct therapy for every species of pets' prescribed treatment plans.

"A fast, gente, painless treatment for your pet."

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What Conditions can Laser Therapy Treat?

Laser therapy is a highly effective treatment for a vast array of conditions, including:

Abdominal Disorders

Anal Sacculitis



Hot Spots


Lick Granuloma



Post-Op Recovery





Urinary Tract Disorders

What are Laser Therapy  Treatments Like?

Therapy laser treatments are quick, non-invasive, and soothing experiences for pets. The treatment works by passing a laser handpiece over the treatment area, and depending on your pet's condition, a contact or non-contact handpiece will be used. 

Laser treatments are completely safe and painless. Your pet will feel a slight, gentle warmth in the inflamed tissue as the laser handpiece moves over the treatment area. Most pets are very relaxed during their treatments, some even fall asleep. 

Treatments are very fast and efficient, only taking minutes to complete from start to finish. Treatments generally last 3 to 6 minutes per site and require no anesthesia. Laser therapy treatments are non-surgical, so no clipping or trimming of your pet's fur is needed prior to treatment.

"A scientifically proven way to reduce your pet's pain and inflammation."

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I have a 15-year-old Wheaten Terrier who recently developed degenerated discs in his back. My vet recommended laser therapy for him and let me tell you, it's like they hit the reset button. He's walking and jumping, he's going up and down stairs no problem. If you love your pet DO IT!!!! It's worth it!

Pet Owner's Testimonial from Companion Animal Health

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