Specialty Services Offered
Our full complement of emergency doctors and critical care specialists are available for emergency walk-ins, referrals, and transfers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Veterinary Cardiology is the study and treatment of diseases of the heart and circulatory system, both pulmonary and systemic. In veterinary medicine, cardiology is a sub-specialty of internal medicine and focuses on diagnosing and treating diseases of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels.
Veterinary Dermatology is the study and treatment of skin diseases in dogs and cats. These skin conditions may mimic human dermatology but are unique in animals. Management of skin conditions also includes ears, mouth, hair, and nails.
Veterinary Internal Medicine is the treatment and management of complex conditions affecting internal organs. It encompasses illnesses involving the lungs, gastrointestinal tract, liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, endocrine organs, blood, immune system, and infectious diseases.
Veterinary Neurology is the study and treatment of disorders associated with the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles. Unlike in human medicine, veterinary Neurologists are also trained to perform neurosurgery, including surgeries of the spine and brain.
Veterinary Oncology is the study and treatment of cancer in pets. Many cancers are considered and treated as chronic diseases, and an oncologist will create a realistic goal of therapy to attempt to stabilize or slow its progression.
A veterinary radiologist is a veterinarian who has received at least three years of additional schooling in the field of diagnostic radiology. During this training, the radiologist learns to perform special procedures and interpret studies that involve imaging with radiographs, contrast materials, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). This training includes imaging of many animal species, including not only dogs and cats, but horses, cows, birds, ferrets and reptiles. After completing this training, the individual then becomes certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology by passing a two part examination (written and oral). At our practice, we currently use ultrasound, radiographs, fluoroscopy, MRI, CT, and contrast studies to obtain diagnostic images.
Veterinary rehabilitation aims to treat pet injuries and illnesses by decreasing pain and restoring normal function. Trained professionals accomplish this through rehabilitation equipment, modalities, and therapeutic exercises. Rehabilitation can benefit a variety of patients, whether they are recovering from surgery or injury, are involved in sports, or need ongoing supportive care for chronic or degenerative diseases.
Veterinary Surgeons are veterinarians who specialize in performing complex surgeries. Surgeries performed by a board-certified specialist generally require advanced training and comprehensive surgical equipment, intensive surgery monitoring, and 24-hour postoperative care. Our state-of-the-art surgery department is fully equipped to perform minimally invasive, orthopedic, and soft tissue procedures.