• 01

    Collect

    During your dog's routine spay or neuter procedure, your vet will send us a small amount of the stem cell-rich tissue they would normally discard.
  • 02

    Preserve

    Once your dog's stem cells are separated and counted to ensure you have enough for future treatments, they'll be secured in our state-of-the-art storage center.
  • 03

    Treat

    If and when needed, your pet’s younger and healthier stem cells will be available for your veterinarian to help heal and repair. Treatments are out-patient procedures, and range from about $200-500.

Treatable Conditions

More than a decade of research has uncovered that stem cells can successfully treat
many common ailments that might slow down your pup at various stages in life: