We’re almost ready to introduce you to our newly expanded campus! In a few weeks, we’ll be moving our Emergency & Critical Care, Surgery, and Internal Medicine services across the parking lot to an expanded, 12,000 sq ft. facility. Over the next few months, the current building will be receiving a facelift to allow space for.. read more →

Important COVID-19 Policy Update – Effective March 20, 2020 At VetMED, the health and well-being of your pet and family are our top priority. As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, we have taken measures to reduce potential exposure to our clients, patients, and team members. Clients with previously scheduled appointments are asked not.. read more →

Dogs, with their boisterous, playful nature, commonly injure their limbs. Like human athletes, your dog may simply overdo it and feel a little sore after a rowdy play session, but sometimes his limp may be a sign of a more serious injury that requires medical care. We know you want to provide the best care.. read more →

The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but they can become chaotic, and potential hazards to your pet can get overlooked in the turmoil. A pet owner never wants an illness or injury to affect their pet, but a pet emergency over the holidays can be particularly stressful. If your pet develops.. read more →

Your family veterinarian can handle many of your pet’s surgical needs, but difficult cases may require expertise and equipment that only a specialty surgery center can offer. VetMED Emergency and Specialty Care has three board-certified veterinary surgeons who will work with your family veterinarian to handle any challenging surgical procedures your pet may need. Our.. read more →