The Pioneer Valley’s Only All-Alternative Veterinary Practice Utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture & Herbal Remedies), Chiropractic, & Nutrition to Heal Dogs, Cats and Horses.

40 Daniel Shays Highway,
Belchertown, MA 01007
(413) 323-6055 • fax (413) 323-6051

Why Come to Landau Veterinary Services?

Sep 28, 2015 No Comments by
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Lily Mazzeo: A Hip Dysplasia Success Story

May 30, 2012 No Comments by

  The following client success story spans most of a decade.  I met Lily as a pup after being diagnosed with hip dysplasia and “needing” bilateral hip replacement surgery.  Well, Lily is 10 and doing fine with no surgery. Here is her owner’s story: Lily was a 10-week old puppy when I brought her home.  […]

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Portosystemic Liver Shunts Resolved with Chinese Medicine – A client success story for Duncan and Nigel

Aug 20, 2014 1 Comment by

Duncan And Nigel presented to my practice just before their second birthdays. These litter mates were suffering from a congenital liver problem that prevented the blood from the digestive tract from reaching the liver. This created illness from digestive substances reaching the general circulation which should have been filtered  and processed by the liver. These […]

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The Tune Up -The Best Preventative Medicine

Dec 04, 2013 No Comments

Billy Bob, a 13 year old Beagle came trotting into my office this week.  I asked his owner, Ed, how Bill was doing.  “Bill has been doing great” was his reply.   His weight and comfort are excellent.  He gets regular exercise and has a good diet which is supplemented with a joint supplement and […]

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LVS Moves to 40 Daniel Shays Highway in Belchertown, MA

Nov 18, 2013 No Comments

After almost ten years of seeing patients in my home office in Pelham, MA, I am moving Landau Veterinary Services to a larger space in Belchertown to better serve my clients and their dogs and cats.  The new space will have two exam rooms, reception area, bathroom, plenty of parking and two separate entrances.  The […]

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Bioregulatory Medicine, an answer to immune mediated inflammation

Jul 21, 2013 No Comments

Last Winter I completed a program in Bioregulatory Medicine to better help my patients that were struggling with immune mediated inflammatory problems.  Skin problems in particular were frustrating for me to get the results I wanted, that is complete resolution for my patients   You see, my training up until that point really used diet, […]

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Chronic Immune Challenge Holds Back Recovery From Lyme Disease – Guest Post

Dec 02, 2012 No Comments

Kate is a 21 year old paint QH mare.  I’ve had Kate since she was a yearling so we’ve been best friends for a long time.  About 3 years ago Kate tested positive for Lyme disease.  She had typical symptoms of lameness that traveled throughout her joints.  We administered doxycycline and she improved considerably and went back to work.  […]

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Recovering from diabetes, pancreatitis and liver inflammation.

Aug 08, 2012 No Comments

Mia was diagnosed with diabetes, pancreatitis and liver infection just before Christmas 2011.  She was in and out of the ER and hospital several times.   After countless tests, antibiotics and insulin, she was improving, but not nearly where she should be.  Dr Landau came to our barn in April to treat two of our […]

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Home-Cooked Diet Guidelines For Dogs and Cats

May 30, 2012 4 Comments

After many requests for a home cooked diet recipe for dogs and cats, here are my guidelines.  This basic recipe feeds a 50 lb (22kg) dog for about one day. Increase or decrease the amount according to your dog’s size and needs or if you are preparing a cat’s diet.   10 ounces of cooked meat […]

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Acute Liver Failure treated successfully combining Western and Eastern concepts

Mar 09, 2012 No Comments

Meet Rory,  a 5 year old gray house cat,  who was close to death in an emergency hospital when I met him.  He was adopted 5 weeks prior to the crisis.  Over the prior four weeks he had become less interactive and then stopped eating completely.  He was taken to the emergency room in a […]

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Gastrointestinal Ulcers in Horses

Feb 24, 2012 Comments Off on Gastrointestinal Ulcers in Horses

Have you ever wished that a horse could tell us what the problem is? What if there were signs on the surface of the body that could be analyzed to tell us what is wrong? Well, there is a way to do just that. Horses will often have a reproducible group of sensitive acupuncture points […]

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The Cancer Diagnosis

Feb 24, 2012 No Comments

I commonly see dog and cat owners after a cancer diagnosis. These clients arrive with a mix of emotions- fear, resignation, and often, defeat. While it is true that some cancers are very hard to control, many cancers are very treatable with Chinese herbs, nutritional supplementation, and acupuncture. Owners are surprised when I let them […]

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