Columbia's Full Service Veterinary Emergency Surgery and Specialty Center

Why Us?

A trip to a veterinary emergency and specialty hospital with your pet can be a stressful experience. The goal for our hospital and team is to provide a client and patient experience that is second to none. From building design and work flow to our caring staff, we go the extra mile to ensure you and your pet get timely care with a smile.

The CVETS Difference:

  • Emergency, Surgery And Specialty in One Facility
  • Pet First Design and Care Principles
  • 24/7/365 Emergency Care and Monitoring
  • Seamless Primary Vet Referrals
  • Covered Drive Thru
  • Feline Friendly Techniques
  • Fear Free Tactics
  • Comfortable Waiting Rooms
  • Extended Waiting Area
  • Fenced Outdoor Waiting
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Smart Flow Patient Monitoring
  • Daily Status Updates
  • Our Technology is Smarter, Faster and More Efficient

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Internal Medicine

Ophthalmology

Neurology

Radiology

CVETS News

Best Old Friend: Caring for Your Senior Dog

Best Old Friend: Caring for Your Senior Dog

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Subconsciously, you know that it’s inevitable that your bouncing new puppy will eventually grow older, but you’re enjoying him so much you don’t really think about it. However, as several years pass, you start to see a decrease in energy levels and a little silvering around the muzzle. However, the good news is that you can take steps to keep…

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Good Manners in the Waiting Room Will Keep Your Pet Safe

Good Manners in the Waiting Room Will Keep Your Pet Safe

By | Uncategorized

A visit to the vet is always stressful for both owners and pets, but there should be as little stress as possible in the waiting room. Owners are responsible for keeping their own pets safe and for ensuring that their pets don’t annoy or endanger others. So let’s talk about proper etiquette for pet safety while waiting to be called…

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How Do I Know if My Dog or Cat Has Cancer?

How Do I Know if My Dog or Cat Has Cancer?

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Unfortunately, cancer is common in dogs and cats, especially those canine or feline friends that are middle-aged or older. It’s estimated that approximately 25% of dogs and 20% of cats will develop cancer at some point in their lives with us. Cancer begins with the abnormal growth of cells that eventually overwhelms an animal’s immune system. Any type of cell…

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Reasons Why Cats Purr

Reasons Why Cats Purr

By | Pet Behavior

If you’re lucky enough to enjoy the company of cats, you know that they purr a lot. There is nothing better than a contented cat curled up on your lap, purring away happily while being petted by you, an equally contented owner. Many people think that cats purr just because they are happy. However, you may be surprised to learn…

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