Emergency / Critical Care
Our specialists provide high-quality, personalized healthcare for your pet. This advanced care is unique to their extensive training in their particular specialty.
We also offer Outpatient Ultrasounds. Please CLICK HERE for more information regarding outpatient veterinary ultrasounds.
Our state-of-the-art surgery department is centered on providing the most advanced surgical procedures and surgery specialists available.Learn More
Heart and lung disease in animals takes on many various forms.Learn More
Our board-certified Internal Medicine Specialists have an extensive background in evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of internal medicine conditions.Learn More
Our neurology department is dedicated to providing comprehensive medical and surgical care for patients with neurologic disorders involving the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system.Learn More
Cancer is common in pets and the frequency of occurrence increases with age.Learn More
Our facility is also home to the Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester (VECM), which provides 24-Hour Emergency Services and has been in the community for over 20 years.Learn More
We provide a wide variety of advanced diagnostic imaging services and board-certified Specialists that have extensive knowledge in their specific health disciplines.Learn More
Our state-of-the-art facility is designed to provide technology for the highest level of care while accommodating your needs in a relaxed and healing environment.Learn More
A Veterinary Specialist, also called a Diplomate, is the highest level of distinction in Veterinary medicine. This advanced accomplishment and title is awarded by specialty associations for advanced training and medical achievements in a specific clinical field of veterinary medicine.
A Specialist in veterinary medicine is similar to a human medicine specialist. Pets need specialists too! In addition to the traditional undergraduate and four years of veterinary school completed by a regular veterinarian, a Veterinary Specialist must also complete at least 1 year of an internship and 2 to 4 (and sometimes more) years of residency training. Certifying examinations must then be passed in order to become a board-certified Veterinary Specialist. Specialists tend to have a greater knowledge of the unusual, uncommon, or rare diseases and often a deeper understanding of hard to treat medical conditions. In addition, a Veterinary Specialist typically has diagnostic equipment and resources not generally used at your regular veterinarian’s office.
Our Facility Offers 24-Hour Emergency Care
- Located in our hospital