What is a Veterinary Specialist?
A board-certified specialist’s expertise complements the care provided by your primary care veterinarian. In addition to completing a veterinary degree (Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, DVM), a board-certified veterinary specialist must complete an internship, a two to four-year specialized residency, and publish a paper in a peer-reviewed journal. Specialists must also undergo a series of exams based on knowledge and skill in the given specialty.
At CVS, our talented, passionate and world-renowned specialists offer comprehensive care in specialized fields – oncology, internal medicine, surgery, imaging, dentistry, ophthalmology, and dermatology, neurology, as well as emergency and critical care. Consider CVS as the next level of care for your pet.
Our collaborative team works closely with your primary care doctor to provide the next step of needed specialized or advanced veterinary care. Our highly trained specialists complement your veterinarian, and we work together to provide the best care for your pet.
Our seasoned team of multidisciplinary specialists provides Southern California with high-quality care at three state-of-the- art facilities:
Our 24-hour specialty facilities and staff offer a combination of leading-edge technology, experience, and compassion to ensure the health, happiness and overall wellbeing of your pet.
We care for not only your pets but also the whole family. That’s why we form long-lasting, trusting relationships with pet owners. Thanks for letting us be part of your family.
At VCA CVS, our talented, passionate and world-renowned specialists offer comprehensive care in specialized fields. Consider VCA CVS as the next level of care for your pet.