Skip to Main Content

Ask About Financing

Pet Care Tips

The veterinary specialists at our Springfield referral center are her to share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

Book An Appointment

CT Scans for Dogs

CT Scans for Dogs

Has your vet recommended diagnostic imaging to help diagnose your pup's condition? What should you expect? Today, our Springfield veterinary specialists discuss the purpose of CT scans for dogs, what we learn from this test and what to expect with the cost of these tests.

Read more

Ultrasound for Dogs & Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Ultrasound for Dogs & Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Being told that your pet needs an ultrasound can lead to a number of questions. In this post, our Springfield vets discuss the purpose of veterinary ultrasounds, the different types and how they can benefit cats and dogs.

Read more

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Blood work is crucial for both monitoring your pup's health and for diagnosing medical conditions. Here, our vet specialists in Springfield discuss the importance of blood tests for dogs and what we can learn from tests performed in our veterinary diagnostic laboratory.

Read more

How to tell if my cat is pregnant?

How to tell if my cat is pregnant?

Unspayed female cats are quick to become pregnant if given the opportunity. Their pregnancies are relatively short and they are also able to become pregnant multiple times a year. Here, our specialty and emergency vets in Springfield share the answer to 'How to tell if my cat is pregnant' and what to expect.

Read more

ECGs for Pets: When are they needed?

ECGs for Pets: When are they needed?

Diagnostic tests are vital for determining a number of conditions that can affect pets. They can also be used to monitor their health. Here, our vets in Springfield talk about the use of ECGs for pets, what they help us to see and what we consider to be a normal result.

Read more

Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

The diagnostic tools and equipment in our lab allow us to gain insight into your cat or dog's health. Here, our veterinary specialists in Springfield talk about urinalysis for dogs and cats, what to know about the process and what it shows us about your pet's health.

Read more

Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

While it is not the most obvious, your dog's appearance can be impacted by the foods you choose to feed them. Our Springfield vet specialists discuss the effects of poor diet and nutrition on your dog's skin and fur and what you can do if you see the signs.

Read more

Signs of Pain & Discomfort in Dogs

Signs of Pain & Discomfort in Dogs

Seeing your pup in pain can be very difficult. The good news is that there are treatment options to help them recover and feel more comfortable. Here, our Springfield vets discuss pain and discomfort in dogs, along with the signs and how veterinary rehabilitation and physical therapy can help.

Read more

Diarrhea in Cats: Common Causes & When It's Serious

Diarrhea in Cats: Common Causes & When It's Serious

Seeing your kitty experience severe gastrointestinal discomfort is never great, and unfortunately, conditions like diarrhea can quickly become dangerous. Our veterinarians in Springfield talk about the causes of diarrhea in cats, how to treat cat diarrhea, and when it may be an emergency.

Read more

My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move

My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move

If your dog suddenly decides that they're going to plop themselves down in the middle of your adventure and refuses to go any further, you may be wondering why. Here, our vets in Springfield share some of the reasons why your dog may stop walking and what you can do when they won't move.

Read more

Page 1 of 6

New Patients & Referrals Welcome

The Regional Veterinary Referral Center is accepting new patients in emergency situations or by referral! Our experienced specialists are passionate about the health of Springfield pets. Contact us today to learn more.

Contact UsReferrals

Contact (703) 451-8900