How Much Does Dog Acupuncture Cost?

While not commonly known, there is acupuncture which can be helpful for dogs.  Acupuncture that is done for dogs usually helps with pain/joint problems such as arthritis.  This procedure is usually performed by a professional veterinarian.  The cost of a session is going to vary on a few different factors, such as the clinic performing the procedure, the length of the session, and the experience of the veterinarian.

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  1. Carol Sloan paid $ and said:

    My dog goes in one to two times a week for acupuncture, lazer light, and chiropractic treatments. Immediate positive results were seen as my dauchaund was calmed and he began to show better bowel formations. He wagged his tail and moved his hind legs after being with paralysis. He has what so many doxies have, back problems. He injured his back trying to jump up on astool to get to my bed.

  2. Tree Marcelynas paid $ and said:

    The initial intake with the one hour physical exam (via her hands) is still listed at approx $200, then you add another $85 for the first acupuncture session. If you get prescribed (as this is a licensed vet and can prescribe drugs or herbs) herbs that will be an additional cost. My herbs are 10 dollars a gram, I usually got 3 grams. My dog has hypothyroidism secondary to Cushings disease via a pituitary tumor.
    So life’s a challenge for us. I turned to this alternative vet for some support for my baby’s skin and fur and body. I have not seen any difference, in fact she got worse while we farted around. I wish I had just gone to the conventional doctor and I am upset that I wasn’t directed to head there by this vet. I feel like I have been milked for money and I do not get any information or help I don’t request. Waste of a LOT of money thus far.

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