• Highly trained, compassionate doctors & staff

    Highly trained, compassionate doctors & staff

  • Doctor-supervised boarding with covered, fresh air play yard

    Doctor-supervised boarding with covered, fresh air play yard

  • Texas and nationally registered heritage practice, opened in 1946

    Texas and nationally registered heritage practice, opened in 1946

  • Progressive medicine & old-fashioned service

    Progressive medicine & old-fashioned service

  • All of our doctors earn 50 hours of advanced training each year

    All of our doctors earn 50 hours of advanced training each year

  • Isolation ward keeps patients safe from exposure to infectious diseases

    Isolation ward keeps patients safe from exposure to infectious diseases

  • Trustworthy, competitively priced in-house and online pharmacies

    Trustworthy, competitively priced in-house and online pharmacies

  • Ashley Harrison Memorial Pet Fund for the rescue and treatment of animals in need

    Ashley Harrison Memorial Pet Fund for the rescue and treatment of animals in need

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Introducing Laser Therapy

Low level light therapy, or photobiomodulation, is a new form of treatment in both human and animal medicine. Laser energy causes a series of reactions in cells, which leads to a normalization of cell function. This in turn allows three important things to happen: decreased inflammation, decreased pain and accelerated tissue healing.

Many conditions have responded well to laser therapy in scientific studies:

  • arthritis and dysplasias
  • muscle, ligament and tendon injuries
  • open wounds such as lick granulomas and abscesses
  • chronic otitis (ear infections)
  • post-surgical pain
  • neck and back pain

In addition, current studies in human medicine are evaluating laser therapy's possible usage in neurologic traumas such as intervertebral disc disease.

If you have any questions or are interested in beginning laser therapy on your pet, feel free to call us or visit www.k-laserusa.com

  • Pain Awareness Month!

    Pain Awareness Month!

    September is pain awareness month. So we want to know: how is your pet doing? As owners, we all want to make sure our pets are as comfortable as possible. How can you tell your pet is painful?Pain can be hard to recognize, so let’s go over some signs that Read More
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