Veterinary Referral Center for Advanced Specialty and Surgical Care

Our Veterinary Specialists have been providing care for Dogs and Cats in the
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland area since 1972

               
Orthopedic Surgery Soft Tissue Surgery Ophthalmology Dentistry & Oral Surgery Neurosurgery
VRC advanced veterinary services originated as one of the first veterinary orthopedic surgical care specialty centers in the United States. Our orthopedic surgeons treat a variety of orthopedic injuries, from congenital to traumatic to degenerative, and keep up to date on the latest cutting edge surgical care techniques to provide you and your companion with the best veterinary services options available. Read more about....Veterinary Orthopedic Surgery. The soft tissue service works closely with specialists in diagnostic imaging, internal medicine, cardiology, and emergency medicine to offer a comprehensive approach to surgical disease and surgical care. Whether a simple biopsy is required or a complex cardiac procedure, our staff can offer the latest innovative soft tissue procedures to meet your advanced veterinary services needs. Learn more about....Soft Tissue Veterinary Surgery. Veterinary ophthalmologists specialize in all aspects of the eye, from eyelids to the lens, the retina, and the optic nerve as it connects to the brain. Using broad experience in medical and surgical care, Dr. Beale and the VRC ophthalmology team is dedicated to working with you and your veterinarian to diagnose your pet’s eye disease and design a treatment plan that works for you. Read more about....Ophthalmology Veterinary Services. Veterinary dentistry and oral surgeons are uniquely trained, equipped, and experienced to diagnose and treat medical and surgical problems of the mouth and associated tissues, including jaw and teeth fractures, and cancer. Dental radiographs (X-rays) are necessary advanced veterinary services to clearly see the details of teeth and bones, and to guide any surgical care of or near teeth. Restoration of a healthy and pain-free mouth is the ultimate goal. More information about....Veterinary Surgery Dental & Oral. Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgery are specialty trained in advanced veterinay services to manage surgical diseases of the nervous system. Intervertebral disc rupture, the most common condition requiring small animal neurosurgery, is routinely performed by our surgeons with state of the art surgical care equipment. Our surgical department also provides advanced veterinary services treatment for a wide variety of spinal conditions, including fractures, luxations, and congenital defects. Learn more about....Neurosurgery.