Is CBD oil safe?

Great question. Cannot definitively answer this one either. Lots of people discuss it as the fountain of youth for their pets, but as far as we are aware, there are no safety or efficacy studies performed in pets. Veterinarians are professionals and as such must make their recommendations based on science. And at this time,…

Can I give my dog CBD?

Hmm. You can give your dog a lot of things, but officially and professionally – our answer is NO. The FDA and the Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners are not fans of CBD, at least not yet.

What makes your Cold Laser Therapy the best?

We believe our Laser machine is the best in the business. It is a Type 3b laser which is incredibly safe and effective. We have the best veterinarians in San Antonio and much of our team has been trained by one of the foremost international professionals in the Laser Therapy industry. That training has helped…

Why does the Cold Laser help with Arthritis?

Think about how humans have sciatic pain. Their foot and leg hurts because their nerve is pinched near their spine. In plain English, we use the reverse of that to treat pain with the Low Level Light Therapy, something like a nerve block. We apply the laser to a similar location and we can work…

What is Photobiomodulation?

The root of the word is Light, Life, Changing. The concept is that the Low Level Light penetrates into the body and stimulates living cells to change. When light is focused at very precise wavelengths and at the proper cycle (Hz) and prescribed unit of time, it produces a significant anti-inflammatory effect on the cells.…

What is Low Level Light Therapy?

LLLT – Low Level Light Therapy is an incredible, safe, drug-free treatment to help your pets heal faster and treat and control pain! This treatment modality is often termed as Low Level Laser Therapy and Cold Laser Therapy. It’s not actually cold, it generates a small amount of heat (it’s not a therapeutic delivery of…

Do you see emergencies?

We absolutely see emergencies during normal business hours. An emergency gets treated exactly as such. Our veterinary technicians will triage your pet, have a veterinarian complete the evaluation, do our best to educate you on the situation, and begin treatments as rapidly as the pet’s family provides consent to perform diagnostics and treatment. We ask…

Do I need to make an appointment?

We sure prefer appointments. We absolutely see walk-ins, but if all of our veterinarians and staff are busy and your pet is not deemed to be in an emergency situation, we will ask you to wait for the next available provider – and sometimes that can take awhile. We respect everyone’s schedule and do our…