Guided by the knowledge and experience of our specialists;
not too much, not too little, just the right amount of medicine and surgery
with all of the care and support you expect from your family veterinarian.
Our Emergency Critical Care Department is classified as a Level One Trauma Center by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. Our Department actually functions as two separate but linked areas in that we diagnose, stabilize and manage emergent patients through advanced emergency care as well as provide ongoing care for critically ill patients in our Intensive Care Unit. Our expertly trained and certified staff provides care to dogs and cats on a referral or walk-in basis. Our team also treats a wide range of medical problems, including those resulting from:
- Motor Vehicular Trauma
- Bites and Lacerations
- Metabolic Problems
- Respiratory Problems
- Neurologic Problems
How Vetcision’s Emergency Critical Care Department is Different:
- Patient care tailored to your family veterinarian’s practice.
- Just the right amount of medicine and surgery with an over abundance of compassion.
- Decreased wait times.
- Excellent timely communications with you and your family veterinarian.
- After-hours support from all of the Vetcision specialists.
Emergency surgery is necessary when a pet’s life is in jeopardy, or it could be permanently injured or disfigured. Vetcision realizes how few specialists provide emergency surgery, and strives to be available to pet’s and their owners in this critical time of need. We are available for phone consultations with your family veterinarian to help stabilize your pet’s condition in the first critical minutes of an emergency. Emergency surgery for gastric dilitation volvulus (bloat), caesarian sections, paralyzed dogs with ruptured intervertebral discs, broken backs, and open long bone fractures can be performed when necessary.