Emergency and specialty vet services in Reno, NV.
At BluePearl Pet Hospital, we take a collaborative approach to veterinary medicine. We partner closely with your pet’s primary veterinarian to understand your pet’s history and create a comprehensive care plan. We also communicate closely with you and provide the education you need to make an informed decision for your pet.
Our specialty and emergency pet hospital features many services under one roof, so we offer cross-departmental care for pets who can benefit from the expertise of multiple specialty clinicians. Learn more about our advanced specialty services.
Our dedicated emergency clinicians are always available to deliver the highest quality medicine for pets with urgent medical needs. Our emergency vet clinic is equipped with advanced diagnostic imaging tools and sophisticated technology to provide top-notch care for your pet when seconds count.
Led by a board-certified veterinary cardiologist, our cardiology service provides compassionate care for pets with conditions affecting the heart and circulatory system. Our approach to cardiology focuses on quality of life as a top priority.
Critical care patients come to our hospital due to trauma, the development of an acute life-threatening illness or immediately following major surgery. Our critical care service carefully evaluates each patient and creates a custom monitoring plan by measuring variables such as pulse, heart rate, blood pressure and more.
We are prepared to treat many different types of trauma, including:
- Respiratory distress
- Blood transfusions
Dentistry & Oral Surgery
From loose teeth to root canals, our veterinary dentists have the expertise and training to help pets who need advanced dental care.
Your pet may need to see an animal dentist if they are experiencing:
- Broken teeth
- Fractured jaw
- Gum disease
- Bite misalignment
- Mouth tumors
- Mouth pain
- Inflammation in mouth
- Tooth resorption (loss of tooth structure from within)
If your pet is suffering from a skin condition or experiencing allergy symptoms, our dermatology team is here to help. Our pet dermatologists have the training to diagnose, manage and treat common and complex skin conditions in pets. We work closely with your pet’s primary veterinarian to create comprehensive care plans for the long-term management of skin complications.
Common conditions we diagnose and treat include:
- Allergies (both environmental and food-related)
- Acute and chronic disease of the skin and ears
- Autoimmune diseases
- Parasitic skin diseases (like mange)
- Fungal infections (like ringworm)
Our radiology service performs many non-invasive and minimally invasive diagnostic procedures such as radiography, ultrasound, MRI and CT scans. These services allow our clinicians unique, non-invasive opportunities for evaluating various diseases.
Veterinary internists are trained to take care of patients who can’t tell them what’s wrong. By using the pet’s history, clinical signs, lab results, imaging studies and other testing, our internal medicine team can diagnose severe, chronic illnesses or symptoms that appear suddenly.
Interventional radiology (IR) is a form of advanced imaging that allows our doctors to perform minimally invasive procedures while viewing the moving parts in a pet’s body in real-time.
Neurology & Neurosurgery
Our neurology team uses advanced imaging technologies, cutting-edge medical therapies and surgical procedures to diagnose and treat patients with neurological disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves.
Some of the most common neurological disorders we see include:
- Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
- Brain and spinal cord trauma
- Disc herniation and other lumbosacral disorders
- Brain tumors
- Neuromuscular disease
Our canine and feline rehabilitation process begins with a detailed consultation and thorough evaluation. Based on your pet’s unique needs, we create a treatment plan that may include in-clinic treatments and at-home exercises.
We offer a variety of rehabilitation services, including:
- Laser therapy
- Electrical stimulation
The goals of veterinary rehabilitation include pain management, faster recovery from injury or surgery, improved quality of life, restored mobility and more. We provide rehabilitation services for all types of patients, including:
- Hip dysplasia
- Degenerative myelopathy
- Geriatric animals
- Sporting dogs
- Animals in need of adaptive equipment
Rehabilitation video and exercise programs
Canine Exercise Solutions is a worldwide company that partners with hundreds of facilities in several countries.
With this service, our clients can view their custom programs on paper, computers, devices such as iPads (or any tablets), and smartphones.
Operating in an advanced surgical suite, our veterinary surgery team performs procedures on pets with the goals of improving quality of life. We perform a wide variety of veterinary surgeries, including:
- Soft tissue
- Minimally invasive
Our surgery clinicians have years of training and experience in their field. They stay current on the latest techniques and tools to offer the highest level of surgical care for your pet.