Allergy Screenings & Vaccines
Treating pets' itching is only a short term solution. Soon, you’ll have to treat it again. The only way to change the course of the disease is to treat the root cause of the allergy by a process called hyposensitization.
This may take 6-9 months and only 60-80% of all pets respond but it’s definitely worth trying. We also use an Rx diet called DRM, an anti-inflammatory diet rich in fish oil to reduce itching.
Arthritis sets in a few years before your pet exhibit symptoms so you are able to recognize it. By then the pain level is high and muscle atrophy sets in. Early diagnosis and treatment makes a huge difference. Orthopedic exams and 2-3 x-rays can help us diagnose arthritis. We also use a nutraceutical called Adequan, the only FDA approved medication for arthritis. We have also introduced Librela injections for dogs, a once a month injection to help reduce osteoarthritis pain, and Solensia for cats
Adequan treats the disease, not just the symptoms.It is an easy, safe, drug-free and economical treatment. Treatment usually consists of 2 weekly injections for 4 weeks will last at least 6 months.
Librela is a monoclonal antibody that specifically targets a key driver of OA pain. It works to reduce pain signals, making it easier for your dog to move and play. Librela is a once-monthly injection given by a veterinary professional.
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We combined class 4 laser therapy session with each visit. No drugs. No expensive blood work. We also use Rx diet called JM to support the joints.
It’s not just dogs who can suffer from osteoarthritis pain; cats can develop OA as well. Cats hide almost everything, especially pain. But if your cat is suffering from osteoarthritis (OA) pain, you’ve probably noticed changes in their everyday behavior. Things like jumping, climbing stairs, and even playing might not be so easy for them.
Solensia For Cats
Solensia is the FIRST and ONLY treatment approved by the FDA for the control of OA pain in cats. This once-a-month injection can help give you cat some relief. Ask us if Solensia can help your feline friend at your next visit!
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At our hospital, we pride ourselves on always searching for innovative ways to care for your dog especially where pain is concerned. Veterinary laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment that is used for a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatments. Laser treatment for dogs employs deep-penetrating wavelengths to promote a chain of chemical reactions known as photobiomodulation. This process helps relieve pain through the release of endorphins (internal opioids), and it stimulates mitochondria to help injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.
Although improvement is often seen after the first visit, your dog's condition will influence how often and long laser therapy is necessary. Treatments vary in length, but most sites require 3 to 8 minutes. Level IV therapeutic cold laser treatments for dogs are cumulative, so each additional treatment facilitates a greater improvement in your dog's condition. The length and frequency of treatments vary by condition, so allow your doctor will help create a sufficient laser treatment schedule for your dog.
Class IV Cold Laser therapy may also be referred to as Cold Laser, Low-Level Laser, photobiomodulation or Class IV Laser Therapy. Each of these terms refers to the same therapy, using the same equipment to stimulates cell regeneration and increase blood circulation.
Laser therapy can be used to treat a multitude of ailments, including:
Many of our veterinary therapy patients are older animals with musculoskeletal ailments. Some signs that your senior companion is experiencing pain or discomfort are:
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