Chinese medicine is rapidly increasing in popularity as a way to improve your pet’s holistic wellness. It’s widely accepted by the veterinary community, both as a primary and an adjunctive treatment (combined with Western medicine).
- Herbal medicine
- TCM diagnosis
SUITABLE FOR PETS WITH
With conditions including arthritis and joint problems, immune disease, kidney problems, liver problems and neurological issues. You can always speak to our vets for more information.
WHAT TO EXPECT
AFTER 1ST TREATMENT
There’ll be weekly acupuncture sessions where our team will be around to keep your pet relaxed and comfortable. Do note that it can take up to 6 sessions to see an improvement but many animals respond much quicker than that.
Meet Our Professionals
Say hello to our team of professionals with years of extensive training & experience in the field.
Dr. Martin Li
Dr. Kaylan Kwan
Senior Veterinary Surgeon
Dr. Frederic Chane
Senior Veterinary Surgeon
'"Wow. I never knew how much acupuncture could help my furry friend until I brought her to Creature Comforts. The team was so patient and kind with her, and the treatment really seemed to make a difference in her mobility and overall wellbeing. I highly recommend their pet acupuncture services."
Client: Katy Cheung
"My dog has been struggling with chronic pain and traditional medicine just wasn't cutting it. I decided to give pet acupuncture a try and I'm so glad I did! The staff at Creature Comforts made me feel so comfortable and answered all of my questions. My dog is now more comfortable and able to enjoy his favorite activities again."
Client : Jordan Kwok
4300 sq ft flagship
Shop G18, Papillons Square, 21 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O
2915 7007 8am -8pm
24 Hours Care Service
256 Shau Kei Wan Road. Hong Kong Island
2915 3999 Vet Service : 8am -8pmNurse Service : 24hrs
Door to Door
97730372 9am - 6pm
Housecall service will incur an additional charge
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Should I keep my new puppy or kitten in a cage or let them roam around the house to get more familiar with the new environment?A:
You should supervise your puppy or kitten at all times to ensure they dont eat anything they shouldnt, and to make sure they dont hurt themselves. If you are supervising them, they can be allowed to explore their new home!Q:
What is an SMDA test?A:
An SDMA test is a blood test that screen for kidney disease. Other kidney tests only detect reduced function once 70% of kidney function has already been lost, wheras SDMA can be elevated when only 30% of kidney function is lost.Q:
Do we have blood types for dogs and cats?A:
We have dog and cat blood at East Island Animal HospitalQ:
Why would an animal need a blood transfusion?