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About Bluewater Vet Acupuncture

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At Bluewater, we are dedicated to providing top-notch care for all furry family members with passion and compassion in an organized and systematic manner. Our journey started as Acupetture, a vet mobile acupuncture service for pets, and now, with the goal of helping even more animals, we have expanded into a purpose-built clinic environment.

It is always a rewarding experience to see our patients improve after our sessions, but due to time constraints, there were many instances where we had to turn away pets simply because of the amount of time spent traveling from one home appointment to the next. To ensure that more pets receive the help they need, we established our clinic to offer more opportunities for treatment. We understand the difficulties of transporting pets with mobility issues, so we have made sure that transportation to our clinic is stress-free, with easy drop-off and convenient, free parking right at our doorstep.

Our team is comprised of licensed veterinarians and veterinary assistants who are also animal lovers and pet owners, so we understand the feeling of helplessness when furry family members are in pain or struggling. We are inspired by the improvement of your pet and you can trust that all furry family members are in the best hands, hearts, and minds at Bluewater, a special space designed for everyone.

Bluewater Vet Acupuncture and Acupetture are both part of the same veterinary acupuncture practice, each serving a unique purpose. Bluewater Vet Acupuncture provides in-clinic services, offering acupuncture treatments at a physical clinic location. Acupetture, on the other hand, is the mobile arm of the service, providing acupuncture treatments in the comfort of the client's own location. Both Bluewater Vet Acupuncture and Acupetture are run by the same family and offer the same high-quality veterinary acupuncture services.

Find out more about Acupetture here.

What is the difference between Bluewater and Acupetture?

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