Dog Laser Therapy

We are always searching for new ways to support and care for your pet and especially when it comes to pain,  laser treatment for dogs, can help in many cases by promoting healing and reduce inflammation and pain. 

Having Laser therapy, dog physio and Canine Hydrotherapy treatment together increases the effects of the treatment and significantly improves the recovery of patients and mobility. Treatments can be covered by pet insurance.

           What are the Benefits 

  • Anti-inflammatory effects

  • Mild Pain Relief 

  • Accelerated tissue repair

  • Smoothing tissue repair 

  • Faster wound healing

  • Reduction of scar tissue

  • Improved nerve function. 

Laser Therapy for Dogs -

What you would like to understand.

There are no known side-effects of therapeutic laser and most pets find it quite relaxing. Laser treatment for dogs uses deep-penetrating light to promote a chain of chemical reactions known as photobiostimulation. This process helps relieve pain through the discharge of endorphins, that stimulates injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.


    Laser therapy is used for many conditions:

  • Wounds

  • Lymphatic support

  • Infection control

  • Muscle Damage

  • Tendons

  • Fractures

  • Soft tissue injuries

  • Infection Control

  • Scar Tissue

  • Lumps

  • Joint Problems

  • Pre/post-operation 

Laser Therapy To Recover From Injury Or Surgery


Dog laser therapy may be a very helpful tool during post-operative recovery. In minor cases, laser therapy alone could also be enough to alleviate pain and stimulate the healing process. Because it works directly on injured or affected areas, laser treatments can help speed up healing, strengthen muscle and tissue, improve mobility and enhance your dog's overall quality of life almost immediately.

Laser Therapy for Pain


Laser treatment can be a great way to provide pain relief to your canine companion. Laser therapy reduces pain by reducing inflammation through vasodilation (the opening of blood vessels) and also by activating the lymphatic system, thus draining swollen areas. The result is a reduction in swelling which reduces pain. The lasers also stimulate nerve cells that block pain signals from being transmitted to the brain, thereby decreasing nerve sensitivity. Because there are less inflammation, less swelling and disruption of pain signals to the brain, the dog will experience less pain. Laser treatments for dogs also stimulate the assembly of high levels of naturally-produced endorphins which further counteract your dog's pain.

Are There Any Side Effects Of Laser Therapy For Dogs?


Laser treatment for dogs has no known side effects and is taken into account both safe and effective across the veterinary industry

How am I able to Schedule A Dog Laser Therapy Appointment?


Scheduling a meeting for veterinary laser therapy is as easy as sending us an inquiry through our contact page , visiting our canine centre or face to face. 

Our knowledgeable, compassionate hydrotherapy team can help answer any questions you have. Make an appointment for your canine companion to start experiencing the advantages of laser therapy today!

Laser Therapy Prices 


 Laser Therapy- 30-minute session - Single area  - £30.00


 Laser Therapy and Physiotherapy - 1-hour physio with Laser and 4 x 30 minute Laser Treatments - £155.00


 Laser Therapy – Multiple Joint Treatment (Includes Vertebrae, Hind Limbs and Fore Limbs) – 1 hour – £50.00 per   session


 Laser Therapy – 5 x 1 hour Session Treatment Package – £227.50


 Laser therapy 30 minute session and Hydrotherapy Single Session -  £55.50

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