What is Laser Therapy?

Laser Therapy is a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment that is used to reduce pain, reduce inflammation, increase the speed of healing, and relieve a variety of conditions.
Class IV Laser Therapy has been scientifically proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain as well as many acute (usually severe with sudden onset) and chronic (long developing syndromes) conditions. 
Laser treatment employs a deep-penetrating beam of light to induce a biological response in the cells called Photobiomodulation (PBM). Promoting this chain of chemical reactions is also known as photo-bio-stimulation. This process helps relieve pain through the release of endorphins, and it stimulates injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.
Scientists have studied PBM for over 50 years, and now engineering advances have made this treatment available to and affordable for our companion animals.

How is Treatment Given?

The directed light is delivered through a hand piece to treatment areas. Humans have described the sensation as a gentle and soothing warmth, and animals are often calmed by this treatment and may feel immediate relief.

Our use of the laser does not damage tissue and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatments.

Treatment times vary in length dependent on the number of areas requiring treatment.  Initial evaluation as well as periodic assessment will add a few minutes to treatment times also.

What are the costs?

Treatment protocols are unique to each patient and condition. Although improvement is often seen after the first session, your companion's condition(s) will influence the frequency and duration of sessions necessary for best results. Treatment benefits are cumulative, so each additional session facilitates a greater improvement for your companion.As each situation will vary in time, complexity, and cost; please contact us for personalized cost.


Is My Companion in Pain?

Some indications that your animal is in pain can be very subtle such as a slower gait, takes longer to rise after lying for a while; excess panting, etc. 

Many of our patients are older animals or performance animals with musculoskeletal ailments. For senior companions, some signs that he/she experiencing pain or discomfort are:

· Abnormal sitting or lying posture

· Circling multiple times before lying down

· Restlessness

· Whining, groaning or other vocalizations

· Limping, unable to get up or lie down

· Difficulty getting into car or down stairs

· Lack of grooming

· Won't wag tail

· Licking or biting anarea

· Lack of appetite

· Trembling

Conditions Commonly Treated By Laser:

ACL (Cruciate) Injuries


Anal Gland Infections


Back Pain



Degenerative Joint & Disc Disease

Dermatological Disorders

Ear Infections


Geriatric Care


Hip Dysplasia

Hot Spots



Lick Granulomas

Ligament Injuries

Masticatory Muscle Myositis (MMM)

Muscle Injuries


Periodontal Disease

Post-Surgical Care (Healing &Pain Relief)


Soft Tissue Trauma


Tendon Injuries


Wounds (various stages including open wounds)

"Prevent.  Repair.  Restore."

We are happy to be a professional partner of Motion Health,
a local supplement company in Abbotsford BC.

You can now purchase your pet's GLM Capsules during a laser treatment visit.

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"What you do today can improve all your tomorrows." Ralph Marston
Alleviate your dog's everyday aches and pains with laser therapy.