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Latest News: Laser Therapy

North Raleigh Veterinarian dog vaccinationsOur veterinarians consider laser therapy for cats and dogs to be one the best services we can offer to our furry patients because it reduces pain and it can reduce the amount of pain medication that pet must take. This, in turn, reduces the risk of any side effects or long-term stress on the liver without sacrificing efficacy. Below are articles pertaining to laser therapy and it’s benefits in helping a pet deal with pain.


Prophylactic Gastropexy: What You Need to Know

For humans, bloating is uncomfortable and inconvenient. For dogs, bloat is a life-threatening emergency. When a dog’s stomach fills with food, liquid, or gas, it rotates as it expands. For...

Posted: February 29, 2024

Cats Hide Their Pain. How You Can Help

Cats’ lovable antics, snuggles, and affinity for long naps make it easy to forget that they are descended from wild animals. While no longer stalking prey in the Fertile Crescent, modern cats...

Posted: March 31, 2023

    What is the Difference Between Laser Therapy and Red Light Therapy?

    Whether your pet is recovering from a surgical procedure or coping with chronic joint issues, you can’t help but feel their pain. Light therapy, also called photobiomodulation (PBM), is a...

    Posted: February 28, 2023

      Cold Weather Arthritis Pain in Dogs & Cats: How You Can Help

      If you have ever experienced arthritis pain being worse in the winter or before a cold, rainy day, then you know exactly what dogs and cats are feeling this time of year. Or maybe you are...

      Posted: December 30, 2020

        September is Animal Pain Awareness Month

        Animal Pain Awareness Month is here! To us, it’s a particularly important awareness month to discuss on behalf of the pets we love so much. It coincides with (human) Pain Awareness Month which...

        Posted: September 3, 2019

          Cold Laser Therapy for Arthritis Pain

          Arthritis pain in dogs and cats doesn’t have to mean high doses of prescription pain relievers as the only source of relief. This is good news given that your pet's liver can be affected by...

          Posted: January 3, 2019