Animal EMERGENCY Center and Hospital is a Full Service Animal Hospital.
- A complete Trauma Center,
- Full Diagnostic Services,
- an In-House Pharmacy and Lab Facility.
Although Animal EMERGENCY Center and Hospital is a comprehensive Emeregency Hospital, we offer complete care without the 'emergency' price-tag for a wide range of medical conditions.
Common Conditions We Treat Include:
Routine Veterinary Care
New Pet Exams
Intestinal Parasitic Control and Treatment
External Parasitic Control and Treatment
Spay and Neuter
Osteoarthritis and degenerative joint disease (DJD)
Ligament and tendon injuries
Canine hip dysplasia
Paralysis/pain from bulging or ruptured discs
Lameness in the canine athlete
Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)
Fibrocartilaginous emboli (FCE/spinal stroke)
Peripheral nerve injury or neuropathy
Closed Head Injuries - Concussion
Anxiety, aggression, inappropriate urination,etc.
Weakness and/or chronic pain
Immune system disorders
Pain management and post-surgical conditions
Thyroid dysfunction (hypo- and hyper-thyroid)
Allergic/atopic dermatitis (food and/or environmental allergies)
Lick granulomas (“hot spots”)
Internal medicine conditions
Cardiovascular disorders (anemia, heart disease)
Liver disorders (hepatitis, cirrhosis)
Urogenital disorders (bladder infections, renal failure)
Trauma (auto impact)
Uterine Infections (Pyometra)
Chronic or Intractable Conditions
If your vet has not had success in treating your pet. DO NOT WAIT. Call us. We have had great success in treating cases other vets do not have the experience in the diagnosing or treating the condition or the medical protocols for successfully addressing the condition. Many conditions will respond to modalities other than drugs, if treated early.
Maternity and Post-Partem Issues
Many pets have difficulties in birthing their young. If your pet has been in labor for more than 2 hours, call us IMMEDIATELY! First pregancies are often problematic. Even after delivery, many babies fail to breathe on their own or nurse.
Post-Partem infections can be fatal.
Not on the list? Call us, this is just a brief listing of conditions we have treated at the Hospital.
About Integrative Medicine
Integrative veterinary medicine is a comprehensive approach to animal care that combines the best of conventional medicine and complementary and alternative therapies.
Western medicine and nontraditional medicine are not mutually exclusive, and the integration of these practices is often extremely beneficial. The goals of both are the same: healing, maintaining a good quality of life for our patients, and disease prevention. This integrative approach to diagnostics and treatments gives our animal patients many more therapeutic options and can benefit animals from birth to their senior years.
Our veterinarian and technical staff are extensively trained in conventional, complementary and alternative medicine modalities. Our focus is on treating the whole animal, while establishing a partnership and therapeutic plan with you and your regular veterinarian to achieve optimal wellness for your animal.
With more than 50 years of experience, Dr. Tran is skilled in Western medical practice and has gained Extensive additional training in the Integrative Veterinary Medicine modalities listed on the Integrative Veterinary Medicine Pages following (see sidebar menu).