Each BluePearl pet hospital is unique. Our Town Center hospital offers these specialties and services provided by skilled, compassionate and dedicated professionals.
If you believe your pet is sick, hurt or in distress, we’re here to provide expert care. Our trained emergency clinicians are prepared to diagnose and treat urgent cases, including severely injured or critically ill pets. Common emergency cases we see include:
Through every step of your pet’s emergency care experience, we keep you and your pet’s primary veterinarian informed and involved.
Our radiology service performs many non-invasive and minimally invasive diagnostic procedures. These services allow the specialty 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 specialists can diagnose severe, chronic illnesses or symptoms that appear suddenly.
Our compassionate oncology team offers a variety of treatment options for pets with cancer. From initial diagnosis to ongoing care, we are focused on promoting your pet’s quality of life.
We take an integrative approach to treating cancer that includes:
By helping every pet owner understand their pet’s disease and by providing appropriate educational tools, we all work together to improve and extend each pet’s quality of life.
When your pet needs surgery, our veterinary surgery team is ready to provide the best possible care. Our hospital is equipped with advanced tools, technology and monitoring capabilities to provide sophisticated medical care and compassionate service during your pet’s time of need.
Surgery may be the best option for pets with:
For pets facing canine elbow osteoarthritis (OA), our hospital offers tin-117m treatment that can deliver long-term relief from chronic pain and inflammation. Tin-117m is an outpatient procedure that consists of a single injection in the elbow. Most pets are sedated for the treatment and can be released the same day, returning to normal activities immediately. A veterinarian may refer you to our service, or you can inquire about appointments by calling our hospital.
Our team respects the close bond between pets and their owners and treats each with dignity, compassion and kindness.