At Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists, we offer a wide range of services to our patients:

 
  • Surgery
    Staffed by veterinary surgery specialists and licensed veterinary technicians, we offer a full range of orthopedic, soft-tissue and neuro-surgical procedures for dogs and cats. Since our hospital is open 24 hours a day, your pet receives around-the-clock monitoring and the highest level of post-surgical care possible… Read More…
  • Oncology
    The word ‘cancer’ strikes fear in all of us; however, with new advances in veterinary technology and chemotherapy, many pets are living longer with a greatly improved quality of life… Read More…
  • Acupuncture
    Acupuncture is a safe natural alternative therapy that enlists the body’s healing mechanisms to maintain homeostasis and manage disease processes… Read More…
  • Neurology
    If your pet is suffering from a neurological disorder, or has symptoms that suggest a problem with the brain or nervous system, your AtlanticVet_355veterinarian may refer you to Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists for further diagnostic tests… Read More…
  • Interventional Radiology
    Interventional Radiology involves the use of fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, MRI, and endoscopy, (or combinations ) to gain access to different structures in order to deliver materials for therapeutic purposes… Read More…
  • Internal Medicine
    The entire staff at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists works closely with your referring veterinarian to provide specialized medical and surgical services for your pet… Read More…
  • Emergency and Critical Care
    When our pets are sick or injured, we want the best possible care for them. The staff at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists provides state-of-the-art, compassionate, high-quality emergency care for pets, 24 hours a day, seven days a week… Read More…
  • Cardiology
    Pets, just like people, get heart disease. In fact, one out of every 10 dogs and cats is affected by heart disease. As pets age, they are more susceptible to heart disease. It is estimated that 30% of all geriatric dogs have some type of heart disease… Read More…