Our staff is committed to utilizing cutting edge technology and treatment options to stabilize and treat severely ill or injured pets. Ultrasonography, digital radiography, endoscopy, oxygen therapy, transfusion products and extensive laboratory services are just a few of the areas that are available in order to quickly diagnose a pet’s illness or injury. We will work closely with the internal medicine and surgical specialists to provide the best treatment plans for each situation. Our ICU is fully equipped and staffed 24-hours a day to monitor critical situations.


At VRCED, we perform the most advanced veterinary surgical services with the latest technology. Our emphasis rests on providing exceptional patient comfort and care while maintaining clear communication with you and your veterinarian. VRCED provides 24-hour intensive care and can provide same day consultation and surgery.
Surgical Procedures:

  • Myelography and neurosurgery
  • Knee surgery (including TPLO, TTA and patella luxation repair)
  • Repair of fractured bones and dislocated joints
  • Wound reconstructive surgery
  • Surgery of the head, neck and throat
  • Soft tissue surgery
  • Urogenital surgery
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Oncologic (cancer) surgery


Ultrasound is non-invasive and pain-free procedure that can acquire detailed structural and functional images of organ systems for early diagnosis and staging of many disease processes such as:

  • Heart disease
  • Lung disease
  • Liver or gall bladder abnormalities
  • digestive tract and pancreatic disease
  • disease of the urinary tract (kidney, urinary bladder)
  • disease of the spleen
  • cancer

Our innovative facility provides both standard ER referral and outpatient sonography services:

With a standard ER & ultrasound referral, an appointment is made with our attending veterinarian who will review the patient’s history, perform a complete physical examination prior to ultrasound and initiate the most appropriate therapeutic and diagnostic plan.

With outpatient-only referrals for ultrasound, your veterinarian will receive a report of the ultrasound findings and will remain responsible for further treatment and case management.

All ultrasound images are evaluated by a board certified radiologist or cardiologist yielding results and therapeutic recommendations within a few hours.