The Best Care for your Best Friend

Dr. Todd is licensed to practice in Washington, and is committed in providing quality medicine and compassionate care to all patients by integrating complimentary techniques to enhance performance, well-being and longevity.

  • Combination of acupuncture, orthopedic manipulation and cold laser therapy.

  • Rehabilitation and treatment of muscle and joint injuries.

  • Relieve pain, stimulate healing and increase well-being.

  • Treatments in the comfort of your own home available.

  • No long-term medications or the risks of side effects for your pet.

Jill Todd, DVM Holistic Veterinarian Pet Care

Holistic Pet Care Treatments

Acupuncture & Cold Laser Therapy

Acupuncture for Dogs, Cats & Horses

Acupuncture operates under the theory that when the body’s natural energy source becomes disrupted, sickness and pain can occur. Treatments relieve pain, stimulate healing at the cellular level, as well as increase well-being and longevity.

Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) - Chiropractic Care

Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM)

Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) is a healing technique that identifies areas of the animal’s nervous system that is not aligned or responding as expected and re-establishing neural communication to induce healing.

Cold Laser Therapy for Dogs

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light. Combined Cold Laser Therapy paired with Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) and Acupuncture treatments improve health and achieve optimum performance and are the heart of Dr. Todd’s practice.

Equine acupuncture and cold laser therapy with Jill Todd, DVM

Equine Alternative Therapy & Rehabilitation

Jill combines laser therapy, acupuncture and orthopedic manipulation (VOM)  to help her patience with healing from tendon/ligament injuries, muscle tears, neurological injuries and pain management.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Jill Todd, DVM, is committed to staying on top of the latest advances in acupuncture, chiropractic and other complete animal care technology and techniques for the care of your pet.

Only licensed veterinarians are eligible to practice acupuncture. You do not have to be certified to preform veterinary acupuncture, but certification ensures that the person performing the acupuncture has completed an official training program.

Acupuncture is often used to treat dogs with arthritis and joint inflammation. Dogs with chronic back pain and even dogs with serious spinal cord conditions also benefit from acupuncture.

In acupuncture, the body is like a freeway system, with Qi flowing through energy pathways called Meridians. While acupuncture can’t fix the fact that a dog with hip dysplasia has a malformed hip socket, it can reduce the amount of pain associated with this disorder by removing the blockages to the flow of Qi.
Generally the animal should have the remainder of the day to rest. Each animal is evaluated on an individual basis and the doctor will provide you with the best course of action that is right for your animals.

Each acupuncture visit can last from 15 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the needs of the animal. The cost per session ranges from $25 to $120. On average, pets require eight treatments. The number depends on the condition of your pet.

Veterinary chiropractic, also known as animal chiropractic, is the practice of spinal manipulation or manual therapy for animals. Veterinary chiropractors typically treat horses, racing greyhounds, and pets. Chiropractic treatment of large animals dates back to the early 1900s.

Jill finds chiropractic to be particularly effective in treating arthritic pain and stiffness, as well as soft tissue injuries like CCL tears. Canine owners who have undergone massage and/or chiropractic treatments can expect similar experiences for their pets.

Sometimes during an adjustment, the animal can experience discomfort for a brief moment.
The first visit takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Then any follow up visits take approximately 15 to 20 minutes.

Cost of Chiropractic Care in Dogs. The cost of chiropractic care can vary wildly, depending on location and the age, condition, and behavioral disposition of the individual dog concerned. However, the majority of owners can expect chiropractic care to cost between $150 and $200 per session.

“Perhaps it is because cats do not live by human patterns, do not fit themselves into prescribed behavior, that they are so united to creative people.”

Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse

Holistic Veterinary Care

Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. We are specialists committed to delivering the very highest of veterinary care and affection.