Services

I ask, for those who can, to visit me in a comfy space with big windows, open sky, and forest surround. 

 

So that I can help as many critters as possible, my mobile service is limited to special needs patients who can't be brought to me.

Schedule

Tue Wed Thur Sat

New patient visit ~ 60-90 minutes for discussion, assessment, and treatment

Current patient   ~ 45-60 minutes

Visit

Review of medical history

Medical consultation

Physical assessment

Treatment

Treatment*

Medical acupuncture

Photomedicine (therapeutic laser)

Therapeutic massage

 

* May include all or only some options which are provided as an individualized combination of complementary modalities and treatment time based on what is medically indicated and most comfortably received by each patient.

Virtual Support

     With a current client-patient relationship

       I offer communication via text and email to provide support between visits

 

Fees

In-clinic          New patient      $125  Black Forest near 83 and Shoup

Home visit      New patient      $150

 

In-clinic          Current patient  $100

Home visit      Current patient  $125

Travel*

Included within 40-miles roundtrip

* $25+ greater than 40-miles roundtrip

I accept cash, check, credit cards.

Accommodations

Your furry friend will need to remain as calm and quiet as possible during the treatment session (20-30 minutes). 

 

Offering treats, such as frozen baby food or peanut butter in a toy, tiny pieces of crunchies or hand-feeding their meal, is encouraged for anxious animals to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.

Medium to large dogs do best on a no-slip rug such as a bathmat or carpet. 

Small dogs need to be on a non-slip mat on a table or counter.

Cats and small animals do best in a more confined space such as a small bed, the bottom half of a carrier, or a blanket rolled in a circle. 

Large animals should be in a quiet, sheltered, level area cleared of hay and debris.

Critters will likely be calmer and sleepier than usual for 24-48 hours after the treatment. This is normal and beneficial and is not a sign of injury or other distress. Please, contact me if you have any questions.

***Your companion should be allowed to rest for the remainder of the day after treatment and the following day.

Photo Credit Laura J Scott

drscott@happypawsvet.com

©2020 by Laura J Scott.