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

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CVETS News

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7 FDA Tips for Treating Pets with Flea and Tick Products

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Flea bites can cause much more than an irritating itchiness in dogs and cats. They can result in an allergic reaction to proteins in the flea saliva. Fleas munching on your pet’s blood can even make your pet anemic. Constant scratching may cause various skin problems and even permanent loss of hair. Ticks can do harm by transmitting an infection…

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3 Steps to House Train Your New Puppy

3 Steps to House Train Your New Puppy

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It’s exciting to get a new puppy. You love this little bundle of energy with the perpetual wagging tail who loves to lick your face. But then reality kicks in and you are faced with house training. It’s important to understand that the earlier you begin the training process the better. The longer your puppy assumes it’s the norm to…

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Prepare to Care for Your New Kitten with This Checklist

Prepare to Care for Your New Kitten with This Checklist

By | Pet Care

Planning to add a New Kitten to your household or family? Make sure that you are ready for this commitment by investing in the items that you need to help your kitten thrive and grow. What an exciting time! Prepare for your new furry family member and make sure that you have everything on this kitten checklist: A vet. The…

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3 Keys to a Healthier Cat in the New Year

3 Keys to a Healthier Cat in the New Year

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

Good routine pet care can mean the difference between a year of health problems or a year of comfort for your beloved cat. Routine health care includes proper nutrition, regular grooming, dental care, routine veterinary exams and vaccinations, parasite control, and protection from household hazards. A cat only has nine lives if you take care of all of them. Here…

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Is Your Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

Is Your Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

By | Uncategorized

In order to think about whether your pet might be at risk for diabetes, it’s first important to have an understanding of what diabetes is all about. Basically, diabetes occurs when the body is unable to utilize glucose (a type of sugar) in a normal manner. Glucose is the major source of energy for the body’s cells and the levels…

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Think Again Before You Toss Your Dog People Food

Think Again Before You Toss Your Dog People Food

By | Pet Care, Pet Health

It is not uncommon to want to give your dog people food; in fact, many owners may find that people food is the healthier, kinder option for their beloved pets. The truth is, there are many foods that are harmful to your dog and that can cause medical complications, even death. Before incorporating people food into your dog’s diet, know…

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