Therapeutic laser is used to treat many chronic and acute diseases.
Laser therapy is pain-free and provides a drug-free treatment used for a variety of diseases. Studies have shown that pets experience a strong reduction of pain and increased mobility after completing a course of treatment. This effect can last 4 to 72 hours after the first session has been done.
Laser therapy is for pets of all ages—from the young to the geriatric. This revolutionary treatment works for pain and inflammation from any cause.
Laser is the only treatment that works by stimulating the body to heal from within. Continuous laser emissions act fast on inflammation, stimulating the blood and lymphatic circulation and inducing fast re-absorption of fluids. This has a secondary effect on pain, which is diminished after reducing the inflammatory process. Pulsed laser emissions have immediate effect on pain by interfering with the transmission of pain impulses to the higher brain center.
- Hip/Elbow Dysplasia
- Back injuries
- Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Any inflammation
- Does not require the use of drugs or surgery
- Fewer side effects/risks compared to oral medications
- Quick and convenient
- Studies show that it is equal to, and sometimes more effective, than other forms of physical therapy.
Ask us how laser therapy may help your pet. Let us help you keep your pet pain free and moving!
Carroll County Veterinary Clinic’s 5th Annual Food Drive for Those in Need has started. Bring in non-perishable food items for either humans or dogs and cats and receive a free nail trim for your four legged companion. Food items will be donated to Carroll Food Sunday and Animal Rescue Inc. Last year our generous clients donated almost 500 lbs of food. Please help us hit 600 lbs of food to help both people and pets in need. For additional details contact us at email@example.com or 410-848-3100 Thank you
Receive a 10% discount on all dentals during the month of December. Give you four legged family member an early present of clean teeth. Contact our office for additional information firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-848-3100
Client pet photo contest at Carroll County Veterinary Clinic! Submit your best pet photo for the competition. The staff will select the top 5 dog photos and the top 5 cat photos and then our clients will be able to vote for the best dog photo and the best cat photo. 1st prize in each category will receive a gift basket with goodies from Purina, Lupine, Pfizer and others. 2nd place in each category receives a free bath and nail trim for one pet and third prize wins a free nail trim for one pet. Bring in a hard copy of your favorite pet photo for submission to the clinic by JUNE 16th, 2011. One entry per household. Winners will be announced on July 5th. Call our office or email email@example.com for more information. Good luck
Flea and tick season is upon us. Please make sure to apply prevention to to all pets in the household to control fleas and ticks, which are the primary carrier of many dangerous diseases such as lyme disease and tape worms. For dogs we recommend Vectra 3D and for cats we recommend Revolution. This will protect both your animals and your family from potential disease exposure. Beware of over the counter products that may not be effective and are potentially harmful to your pets.
The deadline has passed for dog licenses but they are still available and required by the County. Come by the clinic during normal business hours to pick up your license. Your dog must be current on their rabies vaccination. Call with any questions.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our 4th Annual Nail Trim Food Drive- During the month of December you donated 267 lbs of canned food that will be donated to Carroll Food Sunday and 225 lbs of food to be donated to Animal Rescue Inc. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.