VRCC - Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital

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  • 3550 S Jason St

    Englewood, CO 80110

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We were devastated when our dog Timber was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in March of 2009. We are very thankful to have been referred to Veterinary Cancer Specialists (VCS) for Timber's treatment.

From the beginning, Dr Elmslie and her staff have been very thorough when discussing the pros and cons of the initial and on-going treatment options. Dr Elmslie always patiently answers all of our questions and takes the time to review the results of every test.

To us, what sets Dr Elmslie and the staff at VCS apart from every other vet we've visited (and Timber's health history has given us plenty of opportunities) is that they truly care about their patients and their patients' families. They know us, our dog, and most importantly understand the special relationship we have with our dog. This gives us the confidence to trust their medical advice--that they truly have Timber's best interests at heart.

We know that the time will come where we will have to say good-bye to our sweet Timber. But, thanks to the amazing professionals at the Veterinary Cancer Specialists, cancer has not cheated Timber out of a long and happy life!

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We were devastated when our dog Timber was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in March of 2009. We are very thankful to have been referred to Veterinary Cancer Specialists (VCS) for Timber's treatment.

From the beginning, Dr Elmslie and her staff have been very thorough when discussing the pros and cons of the initial and on-going treatment options. Dr Elmslie always patiently answers all of our questions and takes the time to review the results of every test.

To us, what sets Dr Elmslie and the staff at VCS apart from every other vet we've visited (and Timber's health history has given us plenty of opportunities) is that they truly care about their patients and their patients' families. They know us, our dog, and most importantly understand the special relationship we have with our dog. This gives us the confidence to trust their medical advice--that they truly have Timber's best interests at heart.

We know that the time will come where we will have to say good-bye to our sweet Timber. But, thanks to the amazing professionals at the Veterinary Cancer Specialists, cancer has not cheated Timber out of a long and happy life!

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We had a very good experience at VCC and we love Dr. Ringen. This was our secure go round with amast cell tumor and they got it taken care quickly. It's a specialityy so prepare for the cost but they will care for your best friend.

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We had a very good experience at VCC and we love Dr. Ringen. This was our secure go round with amast cell tumor and they got it taken care quickly. It's a specialityy so prepare for the cost but they will care for your best friend.

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I've been very pleased with the care we've received so far at VRCC Veterinary Cancer Specialists. It isn't cheap but I feel that we've experienced nothing but top quality care for our dog. Dr. Elmslie has been honest, thorough, compassionate and accessible throughout the difficult course of treatment.

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I've been very pleased with the care we've received so far at VRCC Veterinary Cancer Specialists. It isn't cheap but I feel that we've experienced nothing but top quality care for our dog. Dr. Elmslie has been honest, thorough, compassionate and accessible throughout the difficult course of treatment.

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I am writing to recommend Dr. Robyn Elmslie and her exceptional staff to anyone facing the challenge of a pet's cancer diagnosis. Dr. Elmslie was recommended highly by our long-term veterinarian Dr. Randy McCarty, whom we have relied upon for over ten years through many challenging pet health issues. We brought our Corgi to Dr. Elmslie who confirmed a diagnosis of lymphoma. She took time to discuss the treatment options with us and ultimately decided on a course of chemotherapy, which we are still undergoing. Our dog Tucker is a rescue who we believe was not cared for and was possibly abused. He is very challenging to deal with because he appears hostile to anyone who is not a part of his family. So he was not an ideal patient. Without exception, the entire oncology group, including Drs. Elmslie and Ringen, Ruby, Monique, Stacie, Cheryl, and Shantell, go out of their way to work with Tucker and cope with his behavior challenges. We are now in our 5th month of this regimen. I have found that cancer treatment with a pet is a journey that one must travel closely together with medical professionals, and a great deal depends on their expertise and also their humanity. We recommend the group at Veterinary Cancer Specialists without reserve. We could simply not have made it this far without them. We understand that with a dog of Tucker's age (10) it is unlikely that we will ultimately win the battle, but we are buying time. And Tucker is a gift to us every day. Dr. Elmslie and her staff are not only exceptional medical professionals, they are very good on the comfort factor and giving us an understanding of the next steps. We are very grateful to them for the care we continue to receive.

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I am writing to recommend Dr. Robyn Elmslie and her exceptional staff to anyone facing the challenge of a pet's cancer diagnosis. Dr. Elmslie was recommended highly by our long-term veterinarian Dr. Randy McCarty, whom we have relied upon for over ten years through many challenging pet health issues. We brought our Corgi to Dr. Elmslie who confirmed a diagnosis of lymphoma. She took time to discuss the treatment options with us and ultimately decided on a course of chemotherapy, which we are still undergoing. Our dog Tucker is a rescue who we believe was not cared for and was possibly abused. He is very challenging to deal with because he appears hostile to anyone who is not a part of his family. So he was not an ideal patient. Without exception, the entire oncology group, including Drs. Elmslie and Ringen, Ruby, Monique, Stacie, Cheryl, and Shantell, go out of their way to work with Tucker and cope with his behavior challenges. We are now in our 5th month of this regimen. I have found that cancer treatment with a pet is a journey that one must travel closely together with medical professionals, and a great deal depends on their expertise and also their humanity. We recommend the group at Veterinary Cancer Specialists without reserve. We could simply not have made it this far without them. We understand that with a dog of Tucker's age (10) it is unlikely that we will ultimately win the battle, but we are buying time. And Tucker is a gift to us every day. Dr. Elmslie and her staff are not only exceptional medical professionals, they are very good on the comfort factor and giving us an understanding of the next steps. We are very grateful to them for the care we continue to receive.

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We had three of our beloved pets that had cancer in 3 years. We were referred to Dr. Elmsly by several vets and took all three of them there. Our cat had lung cancer and under their care he survived for 3 years. One dog had a melanoma that was taken care of on the spot and lived for several more years and another dog had lymphatic cancer. They gave us another year with her. Was it costly? Sure but we were always given estimates and choices. It was clear that Dr. Elmsley had alot of knowledge in her field and cared for her clients. She understood that they are members of our family and respected that. She is clearly dedicated to saving their lives but also undestood that quality of life matters as well. I am one of thnose owners who will not leave my pets so I stayed there with another one of our dogs at all times, which they understood. When my dog was hospitalized they allowed me to stay with her all night. I am a demanding pet owner becasue as one of their vets put it, it was my job as owner to advocate for them. I never had to apologise for being their advocate. I will miss my pets all my life, but know that we did right by taking them to VCS. If I thought they we were not receiving the best possible care I would have gone else where.

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We had three of our beloved pets that had cancer in 3 years. We were referred to Dr. Elmsly by several vets and took all three of them there. Our cat had lung cancer and under their care he survived for 3 years. One dog had a melanoma that was taken care of on the spot and lived for several more years and another dog had lymphatic cancer. They gave us another year with her. Was it costly? Sure but we were always given estimates and choices. It was clear that Dr. Elmsley had alot of knowledge in her field and cared for her clients. She understood that they are members of our family and respected that. She is clearly dedicated to saving their lives but also undestood that quality of life matters as well. I am one of thnose owners who will not leave my pets so I stayed there with another one of our dogs at all times, which they understood. When my dog was hospitalized they allowed me to stay with her all night. I am a demanding pet owner becasue as one of their vets put it, it was my job as owner to advocate for them. I never had to apologise for being their advocate. I will miss my pets all my life, but know that we did right by taking them to VCS. If I thought they we were not receiving the best possible care I would have gone else where.

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18 months ago my wife and I were informed that our beloved dog had cancer. My wife and I were devastated. The entire staff was so kind and understanding on what my family was going thru. They truly made it easier for my wife and I during this EXTREMELY difficult time. They continually answered our laundry list of questions about the treatment. Even after the unfortunate passing of our family member they were so compassionate for us. Dr Elmslie and the entire oncology team, in my view, went above and beyond everything they could do. I recommend VRCC for all their specialties and especially the oncology team.

I truly with all my heart say thank you for everything.

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18 months ago my wife and I were informed that our beloved dog had cancer. My wife and I were devastated. The entire staff was so kind and understanding on what my family was going thru. They truly made it easier for my wife and I during this EXTREMELY difficult time. They continually answered our laundry list of questions about the treatment. Even after the unfortunate passing of our family member they were so compassionate for us. Dr Elmslie and the entire oncology team, in my view, went above and beyond everything they could do. I recommend VRCC for all their specialties and especially the oncology team.

I truly with all my heart say thank you for everything.

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I have had nothing but the most superb experiences with Veterinary Cancer Specialists and VRCC.

Dr. Robyn Elmslie first treated my then 10-year-old kitty Paddy, by referral from our exquisitely good family vet, for a recurrence of mast cell carcinoma. He knew that a recurrence meant the mast cell cancer was becoming more aggressive, and recommended we consult with Veterinary Cancer Specialists. What good fortune to have found Dr. Elmslie.

She explained the likely course of recurrences of this disease, and what we faced down the line. Appropriate tests were run. Dr. Elmslie surgically removed the tumor, which was minimally invasive, and prescribed inexpensive prednisolone to give Paddy orally for a therapeutic length of time. Dr. Elmslie and her staff answered every one of my numerous inquiries. I had the information I needed, she maintained contact with our primary vet, and I was free at all times to determine and adjust Paddy's care.

Everyone at VRCC was caring (including the front desk) -- Dr. Elmslie was especially warm and empathetic.

About four years later, a more aggressive tumor appeared -- as expected. From history, I knowingly chose the same course of treatment understanding that the surgery was more invasive -- but in no way debilitating. Paddy recovered from surgery well, was given a course of prednisolone, and went on leading a good life. We were clear-eyed that Paddy's next occurrence would be more aggressive.

At age 18, seemingly overnight I discovered another telltale tumor, this time in his ear. As I expected, Dr. Elmslie said it was inoperable. He still felt well, so prednisolone was prescribed so that he felt as well as possible for as long as possible.

Inevitably, the prednisolone pushed Paddy's heart too hard, and he developed beginning congestive heart failure. Dr. Elmslie teamed with Dr. Julie Martin in Cardiology to monitor Paddy's CHF and his overall well-being. Dr. Martin is likewise a superb specialist who cared for Paddy very much. Like Dr. Elmslie, she is not treatment happy, and she IS cost conscientious.

There came a time that administering more prednisolone was too much. Both Dr. Martin and Dr. Elmslie were instrumental in my knowing when enough was enough. Our family vet put him to sleep, and agreed that the time was just right. It was the easiest decision I've ever made in letting a companion animal go. The letting go was not easy, but I am so grateful that the decision was. Besides their caring treatment, I will be forever grateful to Dr. Elmslie and Dr. Martin for this precious gift.

Of course these treatments cost. My animals are high priority for me, I made sure I knew what our options were, and I made decisions accordingly. I wonder what the expectations were by some of the negative commenters here. I opt for my animals rather than material things others might choose. One way is not better than the other. It's simply that you must own your choices.

Also, I worked with our family vet in other ways to keep Paddy and friends in optimal health. For example: As seniors, when kidney readings indicated they needed support, I administered prophylactic IV fluids twice weekly to Paddy and his buddy Chelsea until their deaths.

My fortunes have changed dramatically since Paddy and Chelsea died, so my current animals don't receive the maximum care they used to. But I remain an informed health-care consumer and diligent caretaker until my shipwreck goes out, when my animals can again have annual exams and the like. They haven't had many problems, certainly not serious ones. Should that change, I will have difficult decisions to make. It's up to me.

Meanwhile, my current animals benefit from everything I learned from Paddy's ?? and other predecessors' ?? experiences. Robyn Elmslie and Julie Martin are an invaluable part of that legacy. In that way, they continue to care for my current animal family. Bless both of them.

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I have had nothing but the most superb experiences with Veterinary Cancer Specialists and VRCC.

Dr. Robyn Elmslie first treated my then 10-year-old kitty Paddy, by referral from our exquisitely good family vet, for a recurrence of mast cell carcinoma. He knew that a recurrence meant the mast cell cancer was becoming more aggressive, and recommended we consult with Veterinary Cancer Specialists. What good fortune to have found Dr. Elmslie.

She explained the likely course of recurrences of this disease, and what we faced down the line. Appropriate tests were run. Dr. Elmslie surgically removed the tumor, which was minimally invasive, and prescribed inexpensive prednisolone to give Paddy orally for a therapeutic length of time. Dr. Elmslie and her staff answered every one of my numerous inquiries. I had the information I needed, she maintained contact with our primary vet, and I was free at all times to determine and adjust Paddy's care.

Everyone at VRCC was caring (including the front desk) -- Dr. Elmslie was especially warm and empathetic.

About four years later, a more aggressive tumor appeared -- as expected. From history, I knowingly chose the same course of treatment understanding that the surgery was more invasive -- but in no way debilitating. Paddy recovered from surgery well, was given a course of prednisolone, and went on leading a good life. We were clear-eyed that Paddy's next occurrence would be more aggressive.

At age 18, seemingly overnight I discovered another telltale tumor, this time in his ear. As I expected, Dr. Elmslie said it was inoperable. He still felt well, so prednisolone was prescribed so that he felt as well as possible for as long as possible.

Inevitably, the prednisolone pushed Paddy's heart too hard, and he developed beginning congestive heart failure. Dr. Elmslie teamed with Dr. Julie Martin in Cardiology to monitor Paddy's CHF and his overall well-being. Dr. Martin is likewise a superb specialist who cared for Paddy very much. Like Dr. Elmslie, she is not treatment happy, and she IS cost conscientious.

There came a time that administering more prednisolone was too much. Both Dr. Martin and Dr. Elmslie were instrumental in my knowing when enough was enough. Our family vet put him to sleep, and agreed that the time was just right. It was the easiest decision I've ever made in letting a companion animal go. The letting go was not easy, but I am so grateful that the decision was. Besides their caring treatment, I will be forever grateful to Dr. Elmslie and Dr. Martin for this precious gift.

Of course these treatments cost. My animals are high priority for me, I made sure I knew what our options were, and I made decisions accordingly. I wonder what the expectations were by some of the negative commenters here. I opt for my animals rather than material things others might choose. One way is not better than the other. It's simply that you must own your choices.

Also, I worked with our family vet in other ways to keep Paddy and friends in optimal health. For example: As seniors, when kidney readings indicated they needed support, I administered prophylactic IV fluids twice weekly to Paddy and his buddy Chelsea until their deaths.

My fortunes have changed dramatically since Paddy and Chelsea died, so my current animals don't receive the maximum care they used to. But I remain an informed health-care consumer and diligent caretaker until my shipwreck goes out, when my animals can again have annual exams and the like. They haven't had many problems, certainly not serious ones. Should that change, I will have difficult decisions to make. It's up to me.

Meanwhile, my current animals benefit from everything I learned from Paddy's ?? and other predecessors' ?? experiences. Robyn Elmslie and Julie Martin are an invaluable part of that legacy. In that way, they continue to care for my current animal family. Bless both of them.

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I never thought the day would come that I would hear my dog Stymie has cancer. He was only 4 years old when he was diagnosed. I was so fortunate to have my dog at VRCC when he was diagnosed. VCS was very compassionate and loving in telling us the diagnosis of our dog. When it came to treatment VCS gave me so many options and were up front about the possible prognosis for the type of cancer. We were offered so many different choices on treatment and explained to us the difference. VCS soon became our secondary home. Dr. Elmslie took such great care of us and treated Stymie as if he was her own dog with all the love and attention. When Dr. Elmslie was not there we had the same love and affection from Dr. Statham-Ringen. They turned the most difficult time into the most compassionate and loving environment. I have nothing but a positive things to say about VCS and the staff for such a horrible time of my life. Stymie did a great fight for 8 months and when the time came Dr. Elmslie was there with us fighting the tears because her patients become part of her life too. The staff was so compassionate and understanding every time we came as well. I truly hope none of my other dogs ever get cancer but if they do since we do love the large breed dogs we know our first choice! We thank you so much for everything you did for Stymie.

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I never thought the day would come that I would hear my dog Stymie has cancer. He was only 4 years old when he was diagnosed. I was so fortunate to have my dog at VRCC when he was diagnosed. VCS was very compassionate and loving in telling us the diagnosis of our dog. When it came to treatment VCS gave me so many options and were up front about the possible prognosis for the type of cancer. We were offered so many different choices on treatment and explained to us the difference. VCS soon became our secondary home. Dr. Elmslie took such great care of us and treated Stymie as if he was her own dog with all the love and attention. When Dr. Elmslie was not there we had the same love and affection from Dr. Statham-Ringen. They turned the most difficult time into the most compassionate and loving environment. I have nothing but a positive things to say about VCS and the staff for such a horrible time of my life. Stymie did a great fight for 8 months and when the time came Dr. Elmslie was there with us fighting the tears because her patients become part of her life too. The staff was so compassionate and understanding every time we came as well. I truly hope none of my other dogs ever get cancer but if they do since we do love the large breed dogs we know our first choice! We thank you so much for everything you did for Stymie.

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VRCC and Dr Elmslie have been a super positive experience in an otherwise tense and worrisome time. The cancer diagnosis always is frightening. Last year, a family member's very special 11 year old GUIDE DOG was diagnosed with lymphoma and the care and understanding of these very special circumstances could not have been better. I found email and voice both as great ways to communicate during non-visit weeks. Like all health care professionals, a lot of responsibility falls on the client to ask questions, clarify and advocate for our animals. The balance and regimens were such that this very special dog not only was able to keep working part time during 6 mos of chemo therapy, he was quivering/dancing/happy every time he entered their lobby! They faxed EVERY test and visit evaluation to the local vet as well as the dog school medical staff and never failed to answer questions or work thru problems such as lack of appetite or diarhhea. At 12, he's now a retired guide dog but I am always, always proud and grateful to point out he's launched a new career as a Pet Therapy dog. He is a CANCER SURVIVOR and VRCC client. It doesn't get any better than that!

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VRCC and Dr Elmslie have been a super positive experience in an otherwise tense and worrisome time. The cancer diagnosis always is frightening. Last year, a family member's very special 11 year old GUIDE DOG was diagnosed with lymphoma and the care and understanding of these very special circumstances could not have been better. I found email and voice both as great ways to communicate during non-visit weeks. Like all health care professionals, a lot of responsibility falls on the client to ask questions, clarify and advocate for our animals. The balance and regimens were such that this very special dog not only was able to keep working part time during 6 mos of chemo therapy, he was quivering/dancing/happy every time he entered their lobby! They faxed EVERY test and visit evaluation to the local vet as well as the dog school medical staff and never failed to answer questions or work thru problems such as lack of appetite or diarhhea. At 12, he's now a retired guide dog but I am always, always proud and grateful to point out he's launched a new career as a Pet Therapy dog. He is a CANCER SURVIVOR and VRCC client. It doesn't get any better than that!

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Took my dog to them for biopsy of questionable tumor. When they got the results back, they had the audacity to leave me a voicemail at 5:00pm on a Friday that my dog had rib osteosarcoma - a very serious and deadly cancer. Of course, I couldn't call back or talk to anyone until Monday because they don't answer their phones and it the office was closed. I spent the weekend in tears. What kind of bedside manner is that? I will use VRCC for medical emergencies, but I will never use the oncology dept. again. I took my dog to CSU and Dr. Worley operated. My dog is still alive today - 2 1/2 years later thanks to her expert surgical skills and anti-cancer supplements and diet.

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Took my dog to them for biopsy of questionable tumor. When they got the results back, they had the audacity to leave me a voicemail at 5:00pm on a Friday that my dog had rib osteosarcoma - a very serious and deadly cancer. Of course, I couldn't call back or talk to anyone until Monday because they don't answer their phones and it the office was closed. I spent the weekend in tears. What kind of bedside manner is that? I will use VRCC for medical emergencies, but I will never use the oncology dept. again. I took my dog to CSU and Dr. Worley operated. My dog is still alive today - 2 1/2 years later thanks to her expert surgical skills and anti-cancer supplements and diet.

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We have multiple pets which have multiple issues. Some of the reviews I've read here for Veterinary Cancer Specialists have nothing to do with the Oncology department at VRCC. My golden had lymphoma, and after attempting treatment which he didn't respond to, Dr. Elmslie was wonderfully compassionate and helpful in making a decision for our golden. Money wasn't her motivator, quality of life was! Not only would it have been expensive, she was clear that the treatment might not extend his life and given the progression of his disease, his quality of life might be seriously compromised for the time he had left. So she helped us make that difficult decision to do what was best for him. We were so grateful to have the guidance we needed!!!

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We have multiple pets which have multiple issues. Some of the reviews I've read here for Veterinary Cancer Specialists have nothing to do with the Oncology department at VRCC. My golden had lymphoma, and after attempting treatment which he didn't respond to, Dr. Elmslie was wonderfully compassionate and helpful in making a decision for our golden. Money wasn't her motivator, quality of life was! Not only would it have been expensive, she was clear that the treatment might not extend his life and given the progression of his disease, his quality of life might be seriously compromised for the time he had left. So she helped us make that difficult decision to do what was best for him. We were so grateful to have the guidance we needed!!!

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My terrier has been in the care of the Oncology department at VRCC for over one year. When I first got the diagnosis , I was really upset and leaning against treatment. Once the treatment options were explained, I started to feel hopeful. Quality of life has been great. We still hike every weekend. Chemotherapy really went well. I never felt any pressure to start treatment but very glad that I did. No regrets.

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My terrier has been in the care of the Oncology department at VRCC for over one year. When I first got the diagnosis , I was really upset and leaning against treatment. Once the treatment options were explained, I started to feel hopeful. Quality of life has been great. We still hike every weekend. Chemotherapy really went well. I never felt any pressure to start treatment but very glad that I did. No regrets.

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I recently found out my dog had a sarcoma in his leg and was told to see vrcc about treatment. All of the staff was very nice. The Dr. did some x-rays and blood work and informed us of the good news that his cancer had not spread. We were then told our options of treatment. First we were asked if we wanted to keep the leg! Of coarse we wanted to keep his leg. It was explained that if we amputated the leg all cancer would be gone. Our other options were take the sarcoma off and send for biopsy ($2800). This would tell us if we would be better off doing the $2600 radiation treatment or the $5500 radiatin treatment! We were sent on our way to decide. After almost deciding to amputate our dogs leg we went to another vet clinic that took the sarcoma off, sent it for biopsy, and just called to tell us that it is a type of cancer that does not spread! Oh and this only cost $300 at another vet clinic to find out my dog did not need a amputation and did not need radiation treatment! How many other families is vrcc misleading treatment options and cost of services that they don't even need. DO NOT GO HERE! Get a second opinion Please

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I recently found out my dog had a sarcoma in his leg and was told to see vrcc about treatment. All of the staff was very nice. The Dr. did some x-rays and blood work and informed us of the good news that his cancer had not spread. We were then told our options of treatment. First we were asked if we wanted to keep the leg! Of coarse we wanted to keep his leg. It was explained that if we amputated the leg all cancer would be gone. Our other options were take the sarcoma off and send for biopsy ($2800). This would tell us if we would be better off doing the $2600 radiation treatment or the $5500 radiatin treatment! We were sent on our way to decide. After almost deciding to amputate our dogs leg we went to another vet clinic that took the sarcoma off, sent it for biopsy, and just called to tell us that it is a type of cancer that does not spread! Oh and this only cost $300 at another vet clinic to find out my dog did not need a amputation and did not need radiation treatment! How many other families is vrcc misleading treatment options and cost of services that they don't even need. DO NOT GO HERE! Get a second opinion Please

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We took our shepherd mix - Shep to this office yesterday on a referral from our vet in Colorado Springs. They were very caring and took great care of our big guy. We would definitely recommend them as cancer specialists.

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We took our shepherd mix - Shep to this office yesterday on a referral from our vet in Colorado Springs. They were very caring and took great care of our big guy. We would definitely recommend them as cancer specialists.

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