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 gets timely care with a smile.

The CVETS Difference:

  • Columbia’s Only Hospital Providing 24 Hour Emergency and Specialists in Surgery, Internal Medicine, Radiology, Oncology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Dermatology and Dentistry in One Facility
  • Dedicated Intensive Care Unit
  • 24/7/365 Emergency Care and Monitoring
  • CT, MRI, Ultrasound and Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Seamless Primary Vet Referrals
  • Covered Drive Thru
  • Feline Friendly Techniques
  • Fear Free Tactics
  • Comfortable Waiting Rooms
  • Extended Waiting Area
  • Fenced Outdoor Waiting
  • Smart Flow Patient Monitoring
  • Daily Status Updates
  • Our Technology is Smarter, Faster and More Efficient

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Does Your Dog Have Worms? 10 Common Symptoms

Does Your Dog Have Worms? 10 Common Symptoms

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Infection by worms is a common health problem that can affect dogs, although you may not know that not all worms are alike. As far as dogs are concerned, worms come in five types: hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms (intestinal worms), and heartworms. It’s easier to spot some kinds of worms than others. For instance, if your dog picks up…

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What is Bloat and Why is it so Serious?

What is Bloat and Why is it So Serious?

By | Pet Emergency, Pet Health

  Many physical disorders and injuries can be life-threatening to your dog. However, there is a particularly dangerous condition that ranks as number one in terms of how fast it progresses and how much effort is required for emergency treatment. This condition is known as gastric dilatation and volvulus, or, more simply, bloat. What is Bloat? If a dog’s stomach…

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Best Pet Cancer Treatment Options Available to Your Companion

Best Pet Cancer Treatment Options Available to Your Companion

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Has your pet been diagnosed with cancer? While this is a frightening situation, there are numerous treatment approaches being used effectively and successfully for dogs and cats widely. The struggle may come with electing which Pet Cancer Treatment; this is where it helps to become informed about your options and engage with a trusted veterinary provider to learn more. Some…

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Different Ways Cats Communicate with Body Language

Different Ways Cats Communicate with Body Language

By | Pet Behavior

  Do you know that cats use body language to communicate with you and those around them? If you watch your cat closely, you will be able to glean information regarding your pet’s state of mind and emotion, paying particular attention to their eyes, ears, tails, and posture. Watch for signs of anxiety, pain, and even contentment through Cat Body…

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Steps to Properly Socialize Puppies and Kittens

Steps to Properly Socialize Puppies and Kittens

By | Pet Behavior

Socializing puppies and kittens is not just about teaching them how to get along with other puppies or kittens. Our young domesticated pets need to learn how to interact with experiences they will encounter in our modern world, as they grow into adulthood. They need socializing to accept everything around them – people, other animals, grooming, car rides, vacuum cleaners,…

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How to Introduce Your Cat to Your New Baby

By | Pet Behavior

Bringing home a new baby is an exciting celebratory event. But, have you considered how the introduction of a new baby into your household will affect your cat? Some cats may find changes associated with the new arrival difficult to adjust to. Anxiety and stress may lead to some undesired behaviors, such as meowing or crying more often, urinating outside…

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