Give your older dog a pain-free life with home laser therapy
Important: The Dog Med Laser is for animal use only in the United States of America and Canada.
Backed by scientific data
The World Association for Laser Therapy (WALT) recommends daily laser applications for better results.
More than 7,000 Low-Level Laser (Class II and IIIb) clinical studies and research papers have been published and are available on PubMed, the National Institutes of Health’s database. These studies prove that a Low-Level Laser therapy is an effective, safe treatment for temporary pain reduction or elimination, reduction of inflammation, and acceleration of wound healing on humans and animals.
Recommended by renowned organizations
Low-Level (Cold) Lasers have earned the Grey Muzzle Organization’s seal of approval
Cold laser therapy was developed well over 20 years ago, and is now used widely around the world. It is one of the emerging choices in alternative treatments for aches and pains in animals. Cold laser therapy is painless, non-invasive, and only takes minutes to perform. It works by directing highly concentrated coherent light waves to the muscles, tissues, and organs. Cold laser therapy reduces inflammation and muscle spasms, and is great for disk and spine issues. The effects are similar to those provided by non-steroidal medications, but unlike these, cold laser therapy doesn’t have negative side effects. (Jennifer Kachnick, President, Grey Muzzle Organization)
Advantages of treating your pet at home
If you notice something abnormal about your pet’s movements, we at Dog Med Laser always recommend that you first get a complete diagnosis from your veterinarian. The diagnosis will help you understand your pet’s condition and give you information on how to provide care for pain generated by inflammation, wounds, or shock.
For more than a decade, many veterinary clinics all over the country have successfully been using Low-Level Laser Therapy devices similar to the Dog Med Laser. Backed by scientific research and by human clinical studies, these non-heating medical devices have delivered excellent results with no negative side effects ever recorded. (In comparison, Class IV heat lamp devices found in some clinics carry a risk of burn injuries.)
To make your life easier, the Dog Med Laser team created a practical, safe and efficient Low Level Laser Therapy device designed specially for home use.
Being able to treat your pet at home, in a relaxed environment, will save you money and avoid stressful trips to the clinic while giving your best friend a better quality of life. The Dog Med Laser can safely be used on every dog with no negative side effects or risk to the eyes.
Dog Med Laser recommends that you treat your pet twice daily for maximum results in temporary reduction or elimination of pain, reduction of inflammation, or for acceleration of wound closure.
Pain relief from anti-inflammatory medications lasts a maximum of 24 hours and it is common knowledge that they have dangerous side effects when taken on a regular basis. In comparison, the cumulative outcome of two daily treatments with the Dog Med Laser should, in most cases, keep your best friend happy and pain free 24/7.
The Dog Med Laser was developed by Antares Technologies, manufacturer of certified medical photobiomodulation lasers for humans, used to reduce or eliminate pain and accelerate healing.
With more than 15 years of experience in the field, Antares’s management developed a pet version of the human laser to be used by pet owners to treat their furry companions. The device is designed to offer relief to the thousands of older dogs suffering from hip dysplasia, arthritis and other ailments, while giving them a soothing massage. The Dog Med Laser can also accelerate wound healing in all animals.
We want to provide safe, affordable, and effective at-home pain relief to pets in pain, without the dangerous side effects of heavy medication. We offer pet owners an affordable alternative to frequent and costly visits to the vet for laser treatments.