Laser

Our Companion Animal Therapy Laser can be used to treat a variety of conditions in dogs and cats including arthritis, strains and sprains, wounds, ear hematomas and chronic ear infections, inflammatory bowel disease and much more. And our patients love it!! They relax and enjoy the treatment as if they were getting a soothing massage. Just look at our patients as our certified laser therapists administer treatment.......


The Companion therapy laser system works by sending ‘photons’, or packets of light energy, deep into tissue without damaging it. These photons are absorbed within the mitochondria of the cells and induce a chemical change called “photo-bio-modulation”. This light energy helps increase ATP production. ATP is the energy cells need for repair and rejuvenation. Increased ATP production leads to healthier cells, healthier tissue, and healthier animals. Or in plain English, the therapeutic laser will speed up healing, bring down swelling and decrease pain!


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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:00 am

8:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am

5:30 pm

Friday:

7:00 am

8:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am

12:00 pm

Sunday:

Boarding PickUp

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff is amazing and they go beyond what is expected for my fur babies. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about this clinic and everyone from the front desk to the back is simply wonderful."
    D. Rayborn
  • "Super nice people and great service. The staff follows-up and provides a very welcoming feeling."
    D. Stuntz, Prairieville
  • "The vet stayed in our room addressing our concerns thoroughly. We didn't feel rushed and I can tell that the staff really enjoys their jobs. We have switched both of our dogs to Dutchtown now and look forward to working with them in the future."
    T. O'Bannon
  • "Amazing service. The receptionist acted like they loved helping me and loved my animals like their own."
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  • "Everyone is so friendly and greets Max like his long lost friend. We are always completely satisfied with all the services provided each and every visit."
    J. Strain, Gonzales
  • "Staff was great and made us feel welcome on our first visit."
    J. Constantin
  • "I have been going to DAH since it opened & I always will! I feel safe bringing my sweet dogs & cat there knowing that they will be taken care of & we will all be treated with respect! I love the staff there especially Dr. Grayson!! Thanks y’all!!"
    Trisitin Murphy
  • "They genuinely care about you and your pet. We all sat on the floor and cried together when we had to put our dog down. Very caring vet."
    K. Kelly
  • "Dr. Grayson saved our kitty's life. She was missing for 6 weeks and was found emaciated, severely dehydrated, and had a damaged liver. She was only a couple of days away from death. Many vets might have thought it was hopeless and recommended putting her down, but not Dr. Grayson. Best of all, we were able to use our Care Credit, which gave us 6 months no interest to pay the bill off. Thank you Dr. Grayson and all the staff at Dutchtown Animal Hospital!!"
    Crystal M. / Prairieville, LA

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