Pet Laser Therapy

Elevate your pet’s well-being with laser therapy at The Stock Doc Veterinary Services. Discover gentle, non-invasive healing for enhanced mobility and a happier, healthier companion.

Dog getting laser therapy

Understanding Pet Laser Therapy

Pet laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or cold laser therapy, is a modern approach that utilizes low-level lasers to stimulate cellular activity. This safe and painless method has demonstrated remarkable results in promoting tissue repair and mitigating inflammation.

How it Works

During a pet laser therapy session at The Stock Doc Veterinary Services, our experienced veterinary team employs a handheld device to administer laser light to the affected area. The light penetrates the tissues, initiating a series of biological responses at the cellular level. These responses enhance circulation, reduce inflammation, and expedite the natural healing process.

Benefits of Pet Laser Therapy

Pain Management

Pet laser therapy is an effective tool for managing pain associated with conditions like arthritis, injuries, or post-surgical recovery. Its soothing effects contribute to improved mobility and an enhanced quality of life for your pet.


Unlike traditional treatments involving needles or incisions, our pet laser therapy ensures a stress-free and comfortable experience for your beloved companion. Say goodbye to unnecessary discomfort and embrace a gentle healing approach.

Accelerated Healing

By stimulating cellular activity, laser therapy accelerates the natural healing processes. This is particularly beneficial for wounds, fractures, and soft tissue injuries, facilitating a quicker recovery for your pet.

When is Pet Laser Therapy Recommended?

Pet laser therapy can be a valuable addition to your pet’s healthcare regimen in various situations:

  • Post-Surgery Recovery: After surgical procedures, laser therapy aids in reducing swelling and promotes a faster healing process.
  • Arthritis and Joint Conditions: Laser therapy provides relief from pain and enhances joint mobility for pets with arthritis or other joint conditions.
  • Soft Tissue Injuries: Laser therapy supports the healing process in cases of soft tissue injuries, such as sprains or strains.
  • Chronic Conditions: Pets with chronic conditions, like lick granulomas or ear infections, benefit from the anti-inflammatory effects of laser therapy.