The Emergency, Urgent, and Critical Care service exists to provide quality care for pets with minor to serious illness or injuries.
Our Community Practice service provides both wellness care and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses.
Our Cardiology service provides cardiology care to dogs, cats, horses, and other animals with heart, vascular, and lung disease.
Our Dentistry and Oral Surgery service provides comprehensive dental, oral, and surgical treatment to animal patients, primarily dogs and cats. If your pet needs any type of dental treatment beyond a basic, simple cleaning, our service can treat them.
Our Dermatology service provides diagnosis and treatment for skin problems, allergies, and ear disease (otology) in many species including dogs, cats, horses, llamas, alpacas, cows, swine, and exotic animals.
Our Zoological Medicine service provides medical and surgical care to exotic animals, including privately owned exotic pets, animals in public zoological parks and aquariums, and limited types of wildlife.
Our Integrative Medicine service focuses on complementary healing, including neuroanatomic acupuncture, critical evaluation of traditional Chinese medicine diagnostic strategies, herb research, and laser therapy.
Our Internal Medicine service provides examinations, diagnostic tests, and a wide variety of therapies for helping sick dogs and cats.
Our Neurology service evaluates, diagnoses, and treats both small and large animal patients with a broad array of diseases that either primarily or secondarily affect the nervous system.
Our Oncology service seeks to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer in pet animals, translating our research and knowledge to also benefit people with cancer.
Our Ophthalmology service is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of ocular diseases in all types of animals, including dogs, cats, horses, birds, livestock, and exotic species.
Our Orthopaedics service treats injury and disease of the musculoskeletal system; that is the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons of the body.
Our Soft Tissue Surgery service provides consultations and performs procedures on all types of surgical conditions, with the exception of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Our Small Animal Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation service aims at preventing, diagnosing and treating injuries resulting or associated with sporting and athletic activities.
Clinical Trials are important for discovering new treatments for illness and conditions that many animals stand to benefit from.
The majority of our work results in immediate benefit to companion animals. As many of our projects are associated with new diagnostic tests, new treatments, and new vaccines for common diseases seen in veterinary clinics, the use of research animals is minimized. If research dogs or cats are needed, the animals are adopted to private homes at the end of the studies.
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