Compassionate therapy and state-of-the-art cancer treatment
MedVet’s Radiation Oncology specialists use radiation therapy to enhance your pet’s quality of life. Radiation therapy may be the only treatment your pet needs, or it may be part of a treatment plan that includes surgery and/or chemotherapy.
Veterinary Radiation Oncology has come a long way since becoming an established medical field in 1994. At MedVet, we are proud to offer state-of-the-art treatment technologies within our full-service cancer centers that provides this crucial modality of cancer therapy for companion animal family members. Our goal is to put the patient and family first, by utilizing a team-based approach to case management that incorporates all aspect of cancer care, including Surgery, Radiation Therapy, Medical Oncology (including treatments like chemotherapy or immunotherapy), pain management, and hospice care. We plan to work with you and your family veterinarian each step of the way to ensure the diagnostic and treatment plan is as beneficial as possible.
At MedVet, your pet’s journey through treatment will be overseen by a variety of Veterinary Specialists who will work with your pet’s quality of life as the most important aspect of treatment. You will be able to access a doctor face-to-face in order to discuss all aspects of treatment including, logistics, prognosis, side effects, costs, and any other questions you may have.
MedVet’s Radiation Oncologists use radiation therapy to enhance your pet’s quality of life. Radiation therapy may be the only treatment your pet needs, or it may be part of a treatment plan that includes surgery and/or chemotherapy.
Our expert Radiation Oncology team is comprised of a board-certified Radiation Oncologist, with a highly-trained support team who utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and progressive medical techniques to effectively and safely stage, diagnose and treat cancer in cats and dogs. MedVet’s Radiation Oncology Center is renowned for delivering the most effective and personalized cancer treatments available for pets.
With a collaborative approach, our expert team is focused on the improvement of each patient’s quality of life through both palliative and curative care, and offer a variety of services for each. We work alongside clients, their primary care veterinarians and our in-hospital Specialty services to establish a treatment plan that is best for each individual patient’s health needs.
Cancers Commonly Treated by Veterinary Radiation Oncologists
MedVet radiation oncologists typically treat these common types of cancer.
- Bone tumors
- Brain tumors
- Nasal tumors
- Oral cavity tumors
- Skin and subcutis tumors
- Soft tissue sarcomas