A board certified veterinary cardiologist has advanced training and knowledge of the heart and circulatory systems of your pets. Focusing on the treatment and diagnosing of heart and lung abnormalities and diseases, a boarded cardiologist can work to help your pets live longer, healthier lives.

Critical Care

The scope of veterinary emergencies varies greatly. Our 24 hour emergency vets see everything from pets that are uncomfortable from itching to pets that are critically ill.


Veterinary dentistry is the art and science of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions, diseases, and disorders of the oral cavity, the maxillo-facial region, and its associated structures as it relates to animals.


The skin is the window to the soul. There are many dietary, allergic, and internal diseases in animals that manifest with ear and skin abnormalities. Veterinary dermatologists have extensive training to diagnose and treat these underlying conditions and bring relief to animals who are suffering.

ER Triage

We know that pet emergencies don’t just happen during business hours, and that’s why we’ve created a facility that provides comprehensive 24-Hour Emergency & Critical Care in Pittsburgh, PA for small animals.


Equine specialty practitioners are trained in the biological structures of horse breeds. Equine specialists are extensively trained to tend to the specific needs of different parts of a horse, while knowing the potential causes of apparent issues.


Exotics animals can still be household creatures. Any animal from a rabbit to a bird is considered an exotic animal. These exotic animals need different care that the dogs and cats found in other homes.

Internal Medicine

Internal medicine specialists use their training and experience to work with your veterinarian to determine what is causing your pet’s ailment. They typically help to diagnose, treat, and manage chronic conditions.


Board Certified Neurologists are specially educated about conditions afflicting the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.


Cancer can be scary, but it is less scary when you understand the options for your pet. With VetNOW, the goal of our veterinary oncology services is to reach a definitive diagnosis as efficiently as possible.