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We are now proud to offer Laser Therapy at Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel. Are you interested in learning more about how Laser Therapy works and could benefit your pet heal faster and decrease pain? Read our FAQs, watch the video below, and come to our open house! Book your FREE session to try laser therapy for your pet during our Open House on February 7 from 5-7 pm. Space is limited so contact us by email at, call us at 203-973-7768 or book online by clicking here.

What is laser therapy?

Laser Therapy, also known as a Cold Laser or Class IV Laser, uses specific frequencies of light energy to reach target tissue and results in decreased inflammation, decreased pain, and accelerated healing.

What conditions does laser therapy treat?

Laser Therapy is effective in treating a wide range of issues including but not limited to Arthritis; Back Pain; Hip Dysplasia; Wounds; Ear Infections; Anal Gland Inflammation; Hot Spots; Urinary Tract Disease; Gingivitis; Dermatitis; Muscle, ligament and tendon injuries; Post-surgical and soft tissue trauma; and other Chronic Pain.

What does it feel like?

As Laser therapy is administered, your pet may feel a gentle warm sensation that is very relaxing. Many pets fall asleep during their therapy.

How quickly does it work?

Depending on the issue and severity of the condition, pets may need more than one session to see results. Many pets relax during the treatment as the laser therapy can provide immediate pain relief. Some pets show remarkable improvement after just a few treatments.

How much does it cost?

Single session -$55

Package of 6 sessions – $275 (discount of $55)

Package of 10 sessions – $475 (discount of $75)

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