LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., March 6, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Trinity Pet Hospital touts available laser treatment options for area pets in need of declawing and therapeutic treatments. The Orange County Veterinarian clinic serves pets in Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, San Clemente, Irvine, and Laguna Nigel areas and is dedicated to providing animals with compassionate care at affordable prices.
According to the clinic's veterinarian, laser therapy for declawing services is a game changer for the industry, and using this method to declaw cats offers less pain and a shorter recovery period than traditional methods could afford. Dr. Kerolos believes this is the most humane method for cat declawing available today, stating, "The decision to declaw a beloved pet is never an easy call to make. Sometimes it's a matter of what's best for the family and the pet and at other times, it's a medical necessity. Laser treatment allows families to feel more comfortable with their decisions."
While the laser method for declawing cats has been around for several years, Dr. Keolos says many clients sometimes found it financially out of reach. He reports that Trinity Pet Hospital now has the technology to make this valuable service available to local families at a more affordable cost.
Once the lasers were in the clinic, the veterinarian says they opened the door for other laser options, such as laser therapy to treat arthritis. This treatment is a noninvasive method that stimulates blood circulation and then uses wavelength technology to decrease pain by releasing endorphins.
Laser surgical therapy is also available for mass removal. Orange County Veterinarian, Dr. Kerolos, acknowledges that, "This is often a frightening experience for pet owners, but the reduced recovery time, decreased invasiveness of the procedure, and shorter duration of downtime for the pet with laser surgery makes it preferable to traditional surgical methods for removing masses." Laser therapy is also a treatment option for many chronic illnesses and soft tissue injuries affecting Laguna Hills pets.
The Orange County Veterinarian clinic is pleased with the addition of technology such as laser treatment options, but continues to offer standard pet health and care services as well. Dr. Kerolos says, "Laser treatment is available as a nod to the future of veterinary care, but we still believe preventative pet care should be a top priority."
Trinity Pet Hospital offers a full suite of services for pets including dental care, diet and nutrition counseling, vaccinations, spaying and neutering services, weight loss programs, exercise regimens, and grooming services. Dr. Kerolos and his staff are accepting new pet patients and eager to introduce pet owners to the benefits laser treatments and therapies offer to their pets at affordable prices.
CONTACT: Trinity Pet Hospital 1-888-667-5235Source:Trinity Pet Hospital