Our doctors and support staff are here 7 days a week, 365 days a year to care for your pet’s special needs.
We work together and in partnership with your family veterinarian to quickly and accurately assess your pet's medical condition and provide the safest, most effective treatment options available.
VRC is pleased to offer anesthesiology and pain management for the comfort and safety of our patients.
VRC’s cardiology service provides diagnostic, therapeutic, and pre-anesthetic consultations for pets with suspected or documented congenital or acquired heart disease.
At VRC, we offer a full range of dental and oral surgery services, and treat a wide variety of advanced medical conditions and injuries in the mouth and jaw.
Holistic therapies offer a variety of natural ways to help animals heal by improving their comfort, mobility, and quality of life.
If your pet is not responding to treatment as expected or requires advanced diagnostic procedures, such as endoscopy, bronchoscopy, colonoscopy, lung washes, bone marrow aspiration, or biopsy, we can help.
Injuries and diseases of the brain and spine require advanced technology and an experienced veterinary specialist to address, as it is Mission control for the entire body.
When a pet is suspected of having cancer or receives a diagnosis of cancer, our oncology team is here to stage the cancer and treat the disease.
We offer innovative techniques that are designed specifically for your pet’s rehabilitation needs, including recovery from surgery or trauma, weight management, conditioning for canine athletes and pain management for senior animals.
VRC’s diagnostic imaging department serves patients by supporting all of our clinical specialties. We offer a range of on-site imaging modalities to fit a variety of needs.
VRC’s team of veterinary specialists and surgeons have performed thousands of procedures and offer a multitude of advanced services to enhance or save the life of your pet.
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If you believe your pet is currently experiencing a life-threatening emergency please come over immediately.