Improve Your Pet’s Well-Being with Non-Invasive Laser Therapy

Dog receiving laser therapy.

If there was a safe, non-invasive way to help your pet feel better and heal faster, wouldn’t you want to know about it? Parkside Animal Hospital wants to share a little secret with you—it exists! Laser therapy for pets is gaining traction in the veterinary world, and we have the information you need to know to make an informed decision for your pet. 


Laparoscopic Surgery: What It Is, How It Benefits Pets

Chocolate lab at veterinary surgical office.

Pet surgery techniques have grown increasingly more sophisticated, and today, some veterinarians offer the option of laparoscopic surgery for certain cat and dog procedures. We’re proud to offer this minimally-invasive technique at Parkside Animal Hospital, and we’ve put together some information to help you learn more about laparoscopic surgery and its advantages for your pet.


Options for Safe Exercise and Fun After Your Dog Has Surgery

A dog wearing a surgical cone

After your dog’s surgery, they will need plenty of rest and physical restriction for recovery to be a success. This may mean they will be crated or otherwise immobilized during those crucial few weeks after an operation. Gradually, your pet will need to move and get some level of physical exercise as they build strength and stamina. 

If your pet is about to have or has recently had a surgery, you may wonder what options there are for exercise and entertainment. The team at Parkside Animal Hospital is here with some tips and recommendations for getting your bestie back on track after your dog has surgery.