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OUR FURRY COMPANIONS NEED US

Seeing their dog or cat in pain is something that no pet parent wants to experience. Unfortunately, our four-legged companions can experience discomfort for a wide range of reasons. Whether they are hurting from an accidental injury, a degenerative disease, surgery, or simply because they are getting older, pets experience pain for many of the same reasons we do. Because animals are so good at hiding their pain, your beloved companion could be suffering even if they are showing no outward signs. In time, though, untreated pain often leads to disability and/or changes in temperament and behavior.

OUR FURRY COMPANIONS NEED US

One of the most difficult decisions you’ll have to make as an owner is when to say goodbye. While it’s rarely easy, choosing compassionate euthanasia is often the humane option for pets at the end of their life. Whether they’ve been severely injured in an accident, suffering from a long-term illness or in decline due to old age, we’re here to help make their final moments with you peaceful and comfortable. VetCheck Urgent Care Center offers compassionate pet euthanasia in Fishers for cats and dogs without an appointment. Our walk-in clinic is open late and on weekends, helping owners when they need it most.
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PET ACUPUNCTURE IN FISHERS

If you have any reason to suspect that pain may be plaguing your pet, we can help. At VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center, we are proud to offer pet acupuncture in Fishers, Indiana, and we would love to show you how this ancient technique could help your companion.
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ACUPUNCTURE CAN HELP

While it is relatively new in the world of veterinary medicine, acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. It originated in ancient and is based on the belief that it stimulates the flow of energy throughout the body. Western researchers have found that it does, in fact, trigger the body’s natural healing processes and stimulates the release of pain-relieving hormones.

During treatment, tiny needles are inserted into specific points on your pet’s body and left for a set period of time. The needles used are much thinner than the needles used to administer vaccines, and many pets don’t even feel then when they are inserted. No medication is administered during treatment, and acupuncture is safe for most dogs and cats.

To learn more about pet acupuncture in Fishers, contact VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center today! We’d love to help your pet live a life free from pain and discomfort.

URGENT & EMERGENCY CARE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center offers pet acupuncture for cats and dogs in Fishers, Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, Indianapolis, McCordsville, Fortville, Tipton, Lawrence and the surrounding areas.