Who We Are / What We Do
CVCA's team of board-certified veterinary cardiologists throughout the USA treats more canine and feline patients with heart disease than any other pet cardiologist practice worldwide. In fact, we see over 24,000 veterinary heart care patients per year. The experience of our veterinary cardiology specialists and our top-of-the-line small animal cardiology equipment ensure accurate diagnosis and the best cardiac care for pets.
Your pet's initial consultation with a veterinary cardiologist includes a blood pressure screening, echocardiogram performed by a board-certified cardiologist, and unlimited time for questions and discussion. We encourage all pet owners to follow-up with their primary care veterinarian after your initial consultation. This full and accurate cardiac workup offers your pet the best chance at a healthy life and minimizes ongoing and unexpected veterinary costs.
We Are Board-Certified Vet Heart Specialists
Seeing a board-certified veterinary cardiologist when your dog or cat has suspected heart health issues ensures the right diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Our highly trained animal cardiologists at CVCA perform a complete cardiac physical with a comprehensive review and interpretation of your pet's medical history, including radiographs and lab work.
We Work With Your Veterinarian
Small animal cardiology patients with congestive heart failure live 75% longer when co-managed by a board-certified veterinary cardiologist and your primary care veterinarian. This is why we take a partnership approach to veterinary heart care for optimal outcomes.
We Provide Advanced Imagery & Diagnostics
During your appointment with our board-certified veterinary cardiologist, owners will accompany their pet for an echocardiogram so the cardiac veterinarian can provide an immediate and accurate diagnosis. Owner participation in diagnostic imaging also helps our board-certified veterinary heart specialists ensure accuracy in imaging and measurements and offers ample time and opportunity to discuss treatment options for your pet.