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At Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital (VESH) in South Deerfield, MA, we have provided highly effective, advanced veterinary medicine combined with deeply compassionate care in a nurturing environment since 2006.
As an emergency and specialty referral hospital, VESH does not offer routine veterinary care like annual wellness checkups, vaccinations, or flea and tick prevention. Our focus is on delivering advanced diagnostics and veterinary medicine for ailing pets in much the same way that medical specialists support seriously ill people.
Our experts collaborate with your primary care veterinarian to evaluate and manage treatment when your pet is suffering from injury, trauma, chronic issues, acute disease, or an unusual disorder that requires the in-depth knowledge of a trained specialist. Throughout your pet’s care at VESH, we keep your vet’s office up to date and supply copies of all medical records so they can be centrally maintained.
Above all, we are committed to treating both you and your pet with patience, respect, and kindness.
Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital is equipped with the most advanced diagnostic and medical equipment to support pets that require emergency treatment, advanced procedures, specialist treatment, or surgery.
Our Facility Features:
Clean, efficient examination rooms
Preparation area for treating pets
Fully equipped ICU ward with:
Surgery suites with advanced equipment, including:
Patient monitoring equipment
Isolation units for pets with contagious diseases
State-of-the-art Ultrasound machine
Advanced CT scan imaging
Digital X-ray machine
Complete in-house laboratory
Wireless telemetry system
What’s more, VESH can provide continuous patient care and treatment utilizing a large backup generator in the event of a power loss.
We are proud that our state-of-the-art facility, 24/7 emergency capabilities, high-level staffing, and medical records management at our facility. These capabilities have qualified VESH to attain Level II certification from the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society (VECCS), an esteemed third-party standards agency.