Take charge of your pet’s health.

We specialize in veterinary acupuncture and rehabilitation services, providing holistic and compassionate care plans designed to relieve pain and allow your pet to get back to their best self.

So... how does it actually work?

Schedule a call

Call for a free consult to see if we are equipped to help your pet.

On-site exam

Schedule an initial exam in our stress-free environment where we can meet your pet to better understand their condition.

Create a plan

We will create an individualized plan for your pet's care and treatment, working with your schedule and fitting into your budget.

Our Services

Elevate your pet's health through our services that encompass expert veterinary acupuncture and rehabilitation, ensuring tailored and compassionate care for your beloved companions.


Veterinary acupuncture is a holistic therapeutic practice that involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on an animal's body to promote healing and alleviate various health conditions. Veterinary acupuncture is used by skilled practitioners to stimulate nerve endings, improve blood flow, and enhance the body's natural healing processes in animals, providing a non-invasive and complementary approach to veterinary care.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) is a holistic approach to animal healthcare that draws from ancient Chinese medical practices. TCVM incorporates acupuncture, herbal medicine, tui-na (massage), nutrition, and other therapeutic modalities to balance the body's energy, known as Qi, and promote overall well-being in animals.

Integrative Oncology

The goal of integrative oncology is to optimize the overall well-being & immunity of the animal, managing cancer symptoms while also addressing the potential side effects of traditional treatments and improving the quality of life throughout the treatment process. It reflects a holistic perspective that considers both the physical and emotional aspects of the patient's health.


Veterinary rehabilitation, or rehab, is a specialized branch of veterinary medicine focused on enhancing the physical well-being and quality of life of animals through therapeutic techniques. It includes tailored exercise programs, physical modalities (at Surpass Wellness these include acupuncture, cold laser, therapeutic ultrasound, PEMF) and manual therapies (massage, stretching, joint mobilization) designed to aid in recovery from injuries, surgeries, or chronic conditions, promoting mobility and comfort for pets across various species.

We understand how difficult it is for pet owners to witness their beloved pets suffer.

No pet deserves to suffer as they are helpless to care for themselves. You know your pet best and together we can identify areas that need treatment.

How we're different
  • You work directly with the doctor
  • We're certified in all our services.
    See our FAQ
  • We create a plan based on your pet and budget, no cookie cutter plans here.
  • We educate and equip you to care for your pet beyond your visits with us.

Meet the Doctor


My name is Anna Pedroni and I’m excited to meet you and your pet! I’ve had an interest in holistic medicine for as long as I can remember and entered vet school fully knowing it was my desire to pursue this passion. I obtained my acupuncture certification through the Chi institute while simultaneously pursuing my degree in veterinary medicine at Texas A&M. I was fortunate enough to travel to China on a scholarship as part of my acupuncture certification course which solidified my passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and desire to pursue integrative medicine upon graduation. I practiced small animal general medicine upon graduation from vet school for a few years before obtaining my rehab certification. I am thankful for my time as a general practice veterinarian and am confident it has made me a better integrative practitioner, having a basis in both western and eastern medicine. Upon obtaining my rehab certification I made the switch to a full time rehab practice where I got to realize my dream of longer appointment times, getting to develop relationships with my patients & their owners and practicing exclusive rehab, acupuncture & integrative therapies daily.

I especially enjoy working with senior pets and helping them thrive in their golden years! I also have received continuing education in integrative cancer therapies and enjoy improving pets’ longevity & quality of life and offering hope to you and your pet.

I am passionate about client education and creating the time & space to listen fully to owners' concerns and allowing them to leave with a plan and better understanding of their pet’s condition. We meet in the comfort of my own home, on my property on 5 acres, overlooking the mountains. It is my desire & great joy to create a comfortable, peaceful environment for you and your pet to thrive.

When I’m not working you can find me spending time with my husband, Jesse, Golden Retriever, Levi, and two fainting goats, Mike & Phil. I also love skiing, hiking, baking, interior design, spending time with friends and exploring new coffee shops. I’m excited to meet you on your animal’s journey to wellness!

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Some questions we get often.

Have questions? Explore our FAQ section for comprehensive answers and insights.

What are your qualifications?

⁃ Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Texas A&M
⁃ Bachelors in Animal Science (BS) - Virginia Tech
⁃ Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) - Chi Institute
⁃ Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT) - Canine Rehabilitation Institute (CRI)

This sounds interesting but how do I know this is what my pet needs?

I believe in individualized patient care. You know your pet best. I would love to chat with you over the phone or connect via email to discover if I am equipped to help your pet. Although most pets have specific areas that could benefit from treatment, I also firmly believe that any animal can benefit from preventative therapies & holistic care.

I have a busy schedule, can you work with my availability?

⁃ Business Hours: Mon- Thursday 7:00am - 5:30pm
⁃ Friday hours available upon request
⁃ Mobile, in home, services available upon request in the Castle Rock area

What are the cost of your services?

⁃ 75-90 minute initial exam - $240
⁃ 40 minute follow up -$125
⁃ 60 minute comprehensive follow up - $155

We are a time-based facility, meaning we charge by appointment length and not individual modalities used during the treatment. This ensures we can include all the modalities that will be most effective in helping your pet during their appointment. We will come up with a follow up plan at your initial appointment that best meets your pet’s needs as well as your budget and schedule.

Where are you located?

2095 W Wolfensberger Rd,
Castle Rock, CO 80109

Will you replace my primary care veterinarian?

No, I do not provide primary care/general services such as annual exams, vaccines, lab work, x-rays or surgery. I will work alongside your primary care veterinarian to relay my recommendations & if any x-rays or additional pain medications are needed.

Ready to help your pet?