24/7 Emergency and Urgent Care
We see emergency and critical care cases without an appointment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
Our surgeon is board certified, which means that they have undergone additional training after veterinary school and have passed the required testing and certification to be referred to as board-certified.
As both human and veterinary medicine advance, our internal medicine department can offer amazing choices for your pet to try to help determine the cause of an illness and/or offer treatment and support.
Radiology, Ultrasound, CT Scan
With the use of radiographs, ultrasounds, and CT scans, we gain a better image of the inside of your pet and that can substantially aid in the understanding of cause of an illness or lead us to an optimal treatment plan.
Physical Therapy has long been the standard of care in human medicine to maximize recovery following injury or surgery and to successfully manage chronic conditions such as arthritis.
Acupuncture is surprisingly well tolerated by most pets. Although the needle insertion may be slightly uncomfortable, most animals relax once all the needles are in place.
Animal Chiropractic is a drug-free approach to pet healthcare that focuses on the nervous system with an emphasis on the components contained within the skull and vertebral column.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Herbal medicines have been used in China for at least 2500 years. There are 5,767 medicinal substances currently in use, including plant, animal, and mineral substances.