Here at Haddon Vet, we are proud to offer Chinese Herbal Therapy for our patients.

As more and more people find success using herbal therapy for themselves, they start to wonder about helping their pets using the same therapies.

Chinese herbal therapy has been around the longest – with the best success. Many veterinarians use them in conjunction with traditional medications. They seem to work well together.

Chinese herbal therapy can be used for many different diseases and conditions, including pain management, allergies, and immune system problems. It has also proven to be useful with skin, digestive, and respiratory problems. Many people also use it to help with reproduction.

We make sure to stock only the highest quality of Chinese herbs available. We only use herbs that are specifically made for pets to avoid any adverse reactions. The most common problem is diarrhea and that can be easily fixed by changing the dosage.

Chinese herbs come in many forms so that owners can decide the best way to give it to their pet. They come in powder, capsules, and even biscuit form!

If you have any questions about Chinese Herbal therapy and how it can help your pet, don’t hesitate to contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is herbal therapy safe for dogs?

Yes, herbal therapy is very widely used on dogs. It’s prescribed by the vet for certain situations, but it can easily be adjusted based on a variety of factors as you can imagine. Plus, there are pharmacologically active ingredients. That means you have to use them with extra care in order to obtain the best possible results.

Will your pet accept it?

Some dogs might show resistance to trying something new, but, as with any medicine, you can combine it with food in order to make it more appealing for your pet.

The best part about herbal therapy is that it’s often less expensive than other options. But do keep in mind that they are time-based and you have to make sure that your dog takes the therapy in the designated amount of time.

Do insurance firms cover the treatment?

Numerous insurance companies will cover Chinese medicine and herbal therapy in general. Contact us today to find out if your insurance company cover this type of treatment.

Is herbal therapy legal?

Yes, it’s legal as long as it’s performed by a veterinarian.

Are there side effects?

It depends on your pet. But for the most part, the side effects are minimal. Typical symptoms include nausea and trouble sleeping. Aside from that, it depends on each animal’s health state.

If you want to obtain the best herbal therapy, contact us today!

Haddon Vet provides you with state of the art herbal therapy solutions fast and easy. All you need is to come to us and let us know what problems your pet is experiences and we can create a custom herbal therapy plan for your pet!