Help your older dogs run, play, and feel like a puppy again!

$75 off Stem Cell Therapy!

Stem cell therapy is a non-invasive treatment for arthritis in your pets.

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Marley came into La Crosse Animal Hospital on a stretcher and was unable to use his back legs. A few days after his Stem Cell Therapy he was able to get up and walk by himself. Marley came in for his month check up and he was walking around like nothing had every happened. "It was the best money he has ever spent. "

-Charles Crickenberger and family

Tiger was one of the first Stem Cell Cases we had. Tiger was 17 years old when we decided to go through with the Stem Cell Therapy. Tiger had problems with arthritis and kidney problems. Just days after his procedure, we have been chasing him through the house and yard like he is a puppy again. He is so spunky and has more energy than he has in years. We are so glad we took the leap and decided to do the Stem Cell Therapy.

-Kathy Allen and family

Are you tired of having to carry your dog up and down steps?

How long has this been going on? Days? Weeks? Years? Day after day you promise yourself that you're going to find a fix to your dogs pain. But there's just one problem... nothing is working.

So you tried pain medicine, laser treatments, anti-inflammatories, and carrying your dog around at your inconvenience. But at the end of the day, all you have to show for it is a sore back and a dog that is still in pain.

It's not that you don't care about your dog... after all, you've spent all of your hard-earned money on all of these other treatments. But did you know that stem cells work for dogs with arthritis?

How would you feel if your dog could run and play again? Scroll down below and we will show you how your dog can feel like a puppy again!

We are proud to introduce you to Dr. Hilda Dale Dunavant, she is the leading doctor on all of our Stem Cell Therapy cases. Dr. Dunavant grew up in Kenbridge, Va. Where she spent the majority of her childhood with her father, Dr. R.C. Dunavant, and mother, Jane Dunavant, at their family veterinary hospital, Lunenburg Animal Hospital; the same hospital Dr. Edens began her veterinary career.

Growing up, Dale was extremely involved with the family business and horseback riding ; she extensively competed in the showring riding hunter jumpers both locally and out of state. She also assisted her father with Standardbred harness racing along the eastern coast. Given her inherited love for all animals, the decision to follow in her father’s footsteps and pursue her veterinary degree was an easy decision. Dale received her undergraduate Animal Science degree from Virginia Tech. During this time, dale was an ambassador for the Animal Science department at Virginia Tech and continued her love of riding by competing during her summer months off. Dale was accepted to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. After finishing her didactic years of veterinary school, she did her clinical year at North Carolina State University.

 Dale currently lives in North Carolina with her husband, Jason, and extensive pack of animals which include Fenrir, a Belgian Malinois, Jasmine, a white German Shepard, and her three cats, Prissy, Drax  and Stache. Dale still continues to ride her horses at her family’s farm in Kenbridge. She is very excited to start her new journey at La Crosse Animal Hospital and is looking forward to providing the highest quality of care to your pets, so they can live a long and healthy life.


Will this be painful to my pet?

This procedure is minimally invasive and can be done with a light sedation, causing little or no harm to your pet during the procedure.

Is stem cell treatment expensive?

At the time of initial purchase, it may seem to be expensive, but in the long run you save more money from not having to purchase pain medications or joint supplements every month.

How long will it take my pet to recover?

Soreness will last in your pet for a day or two. Full recovery ranges from 6-8 weeks depending on severity of your pets arthritis. Some pets will need to receive a second round of injections within 60 days to generate more stem cells to the painful area.