A cranial cruciate ligament rupture is the most common orthopedic problem in dogs. We have successfully stabilized the stifles (knees) in thousands of dogs, who have returned to lead full, happy, active lives.
The Seriousness of GI Disease
If your pet has frequent – anything more than once every six months or more – vomiting or loose stool, this could be a serious digestive issue. Our internal medicine staff can diagnose and treat these complex digestive problems.
Neurology Services for Your Pet
We offer unrivaled neurology services for abnormalities of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Available on-site diagnostic imaging, includes the region’s only 24/7 On-Site MRI VREC is able to quickly diagnose and treat diseases such as seizures, herniated discs, and neuro-muscular disorders.
When Your Pet Needs Surgery
When your pet needs surgery, VREC offers the broadest array of surgical procedures under one roof in the region. On-site advanced tools allow VREC the ability to diagnose and perform the most complex procedures. It’s no wonder we see and treat over 10,000 pets each year.
Tumors and Cancer in Your Pet
Any lump on your pet’s body may be serious and should be evaluated. Using special technology, our team can diagnose and treat your pet and help them fight cancer and maintain quality of life.