Dog Med Laser Delivers!

Dependable At-Home Treatment for Dogs Suffering From Arthritis

Arthritic Old Dogs - Dog Med Laser Safe At-Home Therapy

Our philosophy is to save you time and money, but most important — to help your dog live a better life.

Dog Med Laser Therapy is designed specifically for dogs & cats acceptability of treatment.

You need a dependable, result driven medical device that Eliminates* Inflammation & Pain that your Dog can enjoy.

The Dog Med Laser (Safe) Therapy achieves results for dogs & cats suffering from arthritis.

Dog Med Laser with Product Box

Common Customer Questions

Yes. Absolutely. After 8,000+ Clinical Studies, there have been ZERO adverse effects recorded.

No eye protection is needed with Dog Med Laser Therapy.

No, though please allow us to explain. This is a medical device, certified for home use. With that, you gain an abundance of convenience, while providing your dog with the highest level of comfort possible. 

In the same breath – it is not realistic to expect you to go to the vet several times every week for the rest of your dog’s life. On average, the cost for Vet Laser Therapy is $75 per visit. You start saving money in your second week of therapy with our medical laser. 

We also offer easy 6-monthly payments with no added fees, allowing you to keep your costs ever lower, without having to wait to provide your dog with the treatment it deserves.

Yes! Our laser is top-of-the-line quality & tech, built to last, and has true health benefits. Keep in mind this is Certified Safe HUMAN technology, being presented to you in a special housing specifically developed for comfortable dog therapy. 

Dog Med Laser was created to Eliminate* & Reduce Inflammation & Pain for Dogs Suffering from Arthritis.

*Pain reduction or elimination are temporary and effective. Effects last up to 8-10 hours per treatment.

Yes, we offer a 24 months warranty, parts and manpower, for the Dog Med Laser, USB cable and AC power. The two brush attachments are covered by a one year warranty.

Yes! If you have the option, please avoid those risky anti-inflammatory medications for your dog. 

Dog Med Laser Therapy is a REAL option to support ongoing treatment for dogs suffering from arthritis.

With our brush attachments, you can easily provide treatment even while cuddling with your best friend!

No – not at all. The power used by the Dog Med Laser is 21.5 milliwatt per diode, which is extremely low.

The Dog Med Laser does not deliver heat and is 100% painless. 

There are zero adverse side effects with a true Low-Level Laser Therapy device.

Highly Recommended by Dr. Tony Kremer DVM

Founder of 11 Veterinary Hospitals in the Illinois and Ohio regions and founder of HelpSavePets.org, where over 16,000 pets have found a safe, loving home.

Dr. Kremer tested our device for several months prior to agreeing to be our spokesperson.

We are honored to have the support of someone who has created such a positive environment for pet families throughout the Chicagoland region, as well as in Columbus, OH.

Listen to Dr. Kremer explain Dog Med Laser Therapy for older dogs suffering from Joint Disorders.

Delivers a safe way to ELIMINATE* arthritic inflammation & pain AT HOME

Our technology has ZERO adverse effects

There is no need for eye protection

It is light, portable, & built to last for years

It is certified SAFE for home use

It is specially designed for dogs and cats

6 easy payments option available

Highly recommended by Dr. Tony Kremer DVM

No need to re-supply risky anti-inflammatory medications

Saves you money with less trips and aggravation getting to and from the Vet

Understanding Treatment Options to Support Dogs With Arthritis

 82% of older dogs will develop Osteoarthritis, commonly called Arthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) The same proportions can be found in older cats populations. 

What happens to pets with osteoarthritis?

Body joints, more precisely, upper and lower limbs and the spine can be affected to various degree by this condition.

Joints have a cushion called cartilage that allows all of the joints of the body to move easily and smoothly. Arthritis is a progressive condition that develops overtime and starts when the cartilage starts to wear off and later breaks, causing very painful bone-over-bone movements in extreme cases.

Over time repetitive movements will cause the cartilage to thin and cause inflammation, most of the time accompanied by severe pain.

Arthritis reduces pet’s amplitude of movements over time.

Osteoarthritis is caused by several factors not always easily identifiable.

  • Early life joint problems
  • Being overweight
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Body shape
  • Activities & Repetitive movements
  • Intense Training and Competition (agility)


When a dog starts to walk stiffly and their movements start to become slower, or when there is reluctance to climb stairs, jump, play ball in addition to a general loss of stamina… the logical conclusion is that arthritis is setting in.

Osteoarthritis causes inflammation of the joint and often of adjacent tendons and ligaments.

Inflammation of body tissues always causes pain. Unfortunately there are no treatment or cures to stop osteoarthritis—be it for humans or animals.

Available Tools to Aid in Dog Arthritis & Joint Disorders

1. Professional medical tools aim to provide more comfort to arthritic patients and tries to reduce inflammation as much as possible, while eliminating pain for a period of time.

2. NSAID are often prescribed, but everybody knows they can’t be taken long term without creating severe adverse effects. Anti-inflammatory drugs are even more problematic and many dogs will be subjected to adverse effects—and at times, very dangerous and damaging outcomes.

3. There are many techniques and food supplements available to make osteoarthritis subjects more comfortable. Check with your Veterinarian for the quality and effectiveness of the food supplements you intend to purchase.

4. Acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic medicine often deliver very temporary positive results, but like all medical treatments, they must be repeated several times per week to keep inflammation and pain at acceptable levels. This is a very expensive over time, not to mention, highly inconvenient.

 5. Non Thermal Laser Therapy (the scientific name is “Photobiomodulation Therapy” or “PBMT”) is backed by more than 8,000 clinical studies and research evaluations, which are all available on PubMed (NIH). Non Thermal Laser Therapy (the Dog Med Laser) demonstrates:

  • Temporary elimination & reduction of inflammation
  • Temporary elimination & reduction of pain related to arthritic conditions
  • And acceleration of wound healing
  • WITH NO ADVERSE SIDE EFFECTS EVER RECORDED


The World Association of Laser Therapy recommends daily laser treatments for better long term results.

6. Veterinary clinics offer laser therapy (often class IV heating lasers), but like acupuncture, chiropractic medicine and massages, going to the vet several times per week can be a logistic nightmare and a costly one too.

No matter which path you select for treating your dog’s arthritis — always verify the clinical studies that support claims made in advertising. For example, you can review hand-selected studies right now for the Dog Med Laser’s technology. 

82% of older dogs will develop Osteoarthritis, commonly called Arthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) The same proportions can be found in older cats populations. 

What happens to pets with osteoarthritis?

Body joints, more precisely, upper and lower limbs and the spine can be affected to various degree by this condition.

Joints have a cushion called cartilage that allows all of the joints of the body to move easily and smoothly. Arthritis is a progressive condition that develops overtime and starts when the cartilage starts to wear off and later breaks, causing very painful bone-over-bone movements in extreme cases.

Over time repetitive movements will cause the cartilage to thin and cause inflammation, most of the time accompanied by severe pain.

Arthritis reduces pet’s amplitude of movements over time.

Osteoarthritis is caused by several factors not always easily identifiable.

  • Early life joint problems
  • Being overweight
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Body shape
  • Activities & Repetitive movements
  • Intense Training and Competition (agility)


When a dog starts to walk stiffly and their movements start to become slower, or when there is reluctance to climb stairs, jump, play ball in addition to a general loss of stamina… the logical conclusion is that arthritis is setting in.

Osteoarthritis causes inflammation of the joint and often of adjacent tendons and ligaments.

Inflammation of body tissues always causes pain. Unfortunately there are no treatment or cures to stop osteoarthritis—be it for humans or animals.

Available Tools to Aid in Dog Arthritis & Joint Disorders

1. Professional medical tools aim to provide more comfort to arthritic patients and tries to reduce inflammation as much as possible, while eliminating pain for a period of time.

2. NSAID are often prescribed, but everybody knows they can’t be taken long term without creating severe adverse effects. Anti-inflammatory drugs are even more problematic and many dogs will be subjected to adverse effects—and at times, very dangerous and damaging outcomes.

3. There are many techniques and food supplements available to make osteoarthritis subjects more comfortable. Check with your Veterinarian for the quality and effectiveness of the food supplements you intend to purchase.

4. Acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic medicine often deliver very temporary positive results, but like all medical treatments, they must be repeated several times per week to keep inflammation and pain at acceptable levels. This is a very expensive over time, not to mention, highly inconvenient.

5. Non Thermal Laser Therapy (the scientific name is “Photobiomodulation Therapy” or “PBMT”) is backed by more than 8,000 clinical studies and research evaluations, which are all available on PubMed (NIH). Non Thermal Laser Therapy (the Dog Med Laser) demonstrates:

  • Temporary elimination & reduction of inflammation
  • Temporary elimination & reduction of pain related to arthritic conditions
  • And acceleration of wound healing
  • WITH NO ADVERSE SIDE EFFECTS EVER RECORDED


The World Association of Laser Therapy recommends daily laser treatments for better long term results.

6. Veterinary clinics offer laser therapy (often class IV heating lasers), but like acupuncture, chiropractic medicine and massages, going to the vet several times per week can be a logistic nightmare and a costly one too.

No matter which path you select for treating your dog’s arthritis — always verify the clinical studies that support claims made in advertising. For example, you can review hand-selected studies right now for the Dog Med Laser’s technology. 

What pet families are saying:

"When I got the Dog Med Laser I used it twice a day and within two days I saw a major improvement in Genaro’s amplitude of movements. He seems more comfortable which must mean less pain and I have now totally cut off anti-inflammatory drugs."
7 year old boxer 6 months after TPLO
Cedric and Genaro (Montpellier, France)
"After using the Dog Med Laser for three weeks once or twice a day, I have been seeing great results and improvement from Oren, she does not seem to be in any kind of excessive pain."
15 years old with arthritis and a slipped disk
Mike and Oren (USA)

*Pain reduction or elimination are temporary and effective. Effects last up to 8-10 hours per treatment.