Laser Therapy for Dogs and Cats in North Haven, CT

Keeping pets healed and as pain-free as possible throughout their life is important to us, and we know how much it means to you. Having a pet that is in pain can put a lot of stress on you and your family (not to mention your pet), but it may also exert strain on the relationship you have with your pet.

At Montowese Veterinary Clinic, we’re very proud to offer laser therapy for dogs and cats in North Haven. This innovative treatment uses no drugs and is not invasive at all, so there is no risk of discomfort or side effects. Even better, this treatment has a wide range of applications, which is crucial to the needs of our patients. If your pet needs an alternative to oral medication to relieve their pain, our therapeutic laser might be able to help.

Your pet could be a good candidate for laser therapy. Make an appointment online, or call (203) 562-9896 today!

Laser therapy for dogs and cats in North Haven, CT

The Benefits of Laser Therapy for Dogs and Cats

Laser therapy can actually accomplish several things to improve your pet’s quality of life, including:

  • Reducing pain
  • Decreasing inflammation and swelling
  • Increasing circulation
  • Speeding up healing

Together, these benefits can help your pet feel more comfortable and more energized. Our hope is that over time, your pet will gradually need fewer and fewer laser treatments.

What Can be Treated with Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy works best in conjunction with other treatments to improve a pet’s condition. Whether your companion is recovering from major surgery or battling osteoarthritis, our therapeutic laser can provide additional, and much-needed, healing and pain relief.

Some of the many conditions we treat include:

  • Arthritis
  • Ligament and tendon injuries
  • Muscle pain and spasms
  • Bone fractures
  • Back pain
  • Bites, cuts, and burns
  • Lick granulomas
  • Ear infections
  • Gingivitis
  • Hip and elbow dysplasia
  • …and more

If your pet is currently being treated for cancer or we suspect they might have cancer, we cannot use laser therapy as part of their treatment, because it might accelerate the growth and spread of cancer cells.

To learn more about laser therapy for dogs and cats, please call (203) 562-9896.

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