The American Animal Hospital Association recommends cold laser therapy for pets with soft tissue injuries to enhance blood circulation, trigger cell regeneration and speed up recovery.
As pet owners, we don’t intend to have to leave our animals in the care of anyone else. However, sometimes circumstances arise where we have to entrust someone else with our furry friend for a few days or more. This could be for a business trip, a family vacation, or even a little stay in the hospital.
Just like older humans, our senior pets can start to develop health problems as they age. Sometimes these health problems accelerate and can eventually end of their life. As loving and responsible pet owners, we need to do what we can to keep our animals comfortable and calm at the end of their days.
With warmer weather on the horizon, it’s time to get the hiking boots, mountain bikes, and backpacks ready for action. But what about our four-legged best friends’ gear? The most important piece of gear you can add to your collection this season is a Canine First Aid Kit.
As the weather warms and we become more “outdoorsy” again, our dogs are naturally going to want to accompany us on more walks, hikes, or other adventures. One of the more common presenting complaints we see at Evergreen Animal Hospital this time of year is limping, or other forms of apparent pain. Let’s examine a few of the more common causes.
Veterinary cold laser therapy has been gaining popularity among pet owners in Evergreen, CO in recent years. An increasing number of pet owners are discovering its benefits for pet healthcare. Similar to complementary treatments such as massage therapy and acupuncture, cold laser therapy can provide a wide range of benefits.