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Functional Healthcare for the Life of Your Pet

Doylestown Veterinary Hospital in Bucks County, PA, offers holistic veterinary care for dogs and cats designed to reduce pain, restore energy, and promote natural healing.

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A variety of holistic treatment and preventative options are available:

Veterinary acupuncture – A gentle and natural approach assists in restoring your pet’s energy and youthful spirit, while improving mobility, reducing pain, and supporting digestive health.

Chiropractic treatment - Therapies supporting joint health and the connection between your pet’s spine and central nervous system help to manage pain, bladder, and bowel disorders, as well as minor injuries.

Herbal remedies - Naturally occurring ingredients found in plants are used to provide effective and safe therapeutic benefits for your dog or cat.

Classical homeopathy – Gentle homeopathic vet treatments help trigger the natural bodily defenses in your pet, helping it to address the underlying cause of disease symptoms. This helps to eliminate costly medications and long-term care.

Nutritional therapy/Supplements - Carefully selected supplements provide support for the general health and nutritional needs of your pet, as well as disease prevention.

Cold laser therapy - Protons facilitate healing by boosting cellular function, which in turn aids in the absorption of nutrients and improved cell reproduction.

Taking an Integrative Approach

The Doylestown Veterinary Hospital team selects from a wide variety of therapies when providing individualized care to our patients. By blending conventional veterinary medicine and our holistic services, we help foster a swift response and healing in your pets.

Discover the difference of highly individualized holistic veterinary care at Doylestown Veterinary Hospital.

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