We are proud to offer a wide range of medical services to support the healing of your pet. We strongly feel that the combination of these practices is the best prescription for the overall healing and well being of your companion. Please take a moment to read over the various treatment options we have.

During your first visit a detailed history, physical exam and TCM scan will be done. A TCM diagnosis will be made and appropriate acupuncture treatment will be determined. Herbs and Diet may also be discussed as these are also part of a well-balanced pet.

At Sound Animal Wellness we are happy to work with your family veterinarian to compliment the western treatment that your pet may already be receiving.


Acupuncture can be explained using traditional Chinese medical theory and a Western scientific approach.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

TCVM is the ancient veterinary treatment of animals based on the same theories as traditional Chinese medicine

Low Energy Photon Therapy

LEPT uses the body’s natural responses to certain wavelengths of light to accelerate healing.


Adequan i.m. is the leading intramuscular joint treatment/supplement for animals. .

Herbal Treatments

Herbs are prescribed like western pharmaceuticals to treat a certain disease.

Sound Animal Wellness, PLCC

Mobile acupuncture practice serving dogs, cats and horses in Covington, Maple Valley, Kent, Auburn, Enumclaw, and surrounding areas.

Supporting Partners

Renton West Veterinary Hospital
Renton West Veterinary Hospital is truly a unique healing facility for your pet proudly serving the Renton community

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the practice of veterinary acupuncture as an integral part of the total veterinary health care delivery system.


Acupuncture is used all around the world, either along or in conjunction with Western medicine, to treat a wide variety of conditions in every species of animal. Clinical research has been conducted showing positive results in the treatment of both animals and humans, and the use of acupuncture is increasing.

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