VSEC is happy to provide the following resources for pet owners. These pages are meant for informational purposes only. If your pet requires medical attention, please contact your primary care veterinarian or our emergency service.


Our emergency & specialty services remain open 24/7 for our patients. We are deeply committed to offering a safe and healthy environment for clients, their pets, and our hospital teams. To do this, we are implementing a new check-in policy to ensure that our patients receive the best care. Please read on for our updated policies during this time. Read More »


Lend-a-Paw Foundation

VSEC spends thousands of dollars every year to provide free and discounted care to abandoned or homeless pets through rescue organizations and to pets whose owners may be experiencing a financial crisis through the VSEC Lend-a-Paw Foundation. In partnership with Frankie's Friends, a national charitable pet foundation, The VSEC Lend-a-Paw foundation offers assistance to families in financial distress.  100% of every dollar donated to the VSEC Lend-a-Paw Foundation is used to treat sick or injured animals. Read More »

Pet Loss Support

At the Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center, we understand the loss of a pet can be a heart-wrenching experience. Through our pet bereavement support group, VSEC offers you a place to connect with others who have experienced a similar loss. Here is a place where you can safely share whatever emotion you feel - sadness, guilt, loneliness, or anger, to name a few. Here is a place of remembrance, care, and support for your aching heart. Read More »

Click here to view and download VSEC forms and brochures including our informational brochure, referral form and service specific forms. Read More »

VSEC's specialists are affiliated with veterinary specialty colleges and other veterinary organizations. We are happy to provide links to these organizations here. Read More »

Our FAQs include general medical advice for common conditions and are for informational purposes only. If your pet is undergoing a medical emergency, please contact our facility or your veterinarian immediately. Read More »