A striking bronze sculpture now sits prominently in our hospital’s memorial garden.
Once again, our doctors and veterinary nurses have completed advanced training in CPR Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support using the Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation, or RECOVER Initiative.
"She's the sunshine of my life," Dixie's fur-mom, Darlene, says about her nine-year-old terrier. With no children of her own, Dixie is like a child to her. She rescued Dixie at just four-weeks-old from a neglectful breeder.
We celebrated our Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting with the local Wichita and Andover Chamber of Commerce!
IN THE MIDST OF THE COVID-19 CRISIS, WE’VE REMAINED OPEN AND MOVED TO A NEW LOCATION!
Meet Smokey, a black cat who found his way into our hospital on Halloween. What are the odds? Smokey had been in a house fire and then abandoned by his owners.
Check out the latest Splurge Magazine article as we share the exciting details on our upcoming move early this spring.
James is devoted to his Boston terriers, so much so, that he has three generations living under one roof. He acquired Cookie when she was just a puppy, after breeding her, James kept one of her puppies, Pup Pup, who he also bred.
Join us for our 3rd Annual Canines At Cowtown Fundraiser to benefit The Paw It Forward Foundation!
It has begun! The much anticipated groundbreaking construction of a new hospital on the west side of Wichita near 21st Street North and Hoover Road, across from Sedgwick County Zoo.
Rebecca and her husband used to have five dogs that all loved playing together in their big yard. Rufus was the youngest, and his best buddy was Cabo.
Ryan brought Mika to VESHW when he noticed unusual and excessive bleeding following her “heat” cycle.
Meet Zeus, a 12 year old Australian Shepherd who presented for hind end weakness, ataxia and marked proprioception deficits.
Lauren and her husband have had an Akita, Maggie, for 9 years. “In fact, we got her the day after Thanksgiving 9 years ago” she said.
Bella is a husky with some serious issues. At 7-years-old, she was surrendered to Kansas Humane Society with several health risks.
Animal lovers, especially pet owners, understand all too well that having four legged friends around the house can be a blessing.
Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital of Wichita offers a range of exceptional continuing education (CE) programs to help our technicians and veterinarians expand their knowledge, hone their skills and continuously improve the quality of care they offer their patients.
We’re thrilled to announce our resumption of surgery services lead by Dr. Holly Smith, DVM.
We promote strong leadership by empowering our team members and encouraging them to reach their fullest potential.
At Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital of Wichita, we’re always striving for excellence in the quality our patient care.
Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital of Wichita had the privilege of delivering a special educational seminar to the Kansas Police Dog Association, an organization that represents law enforcement from across the State of Kansas.
In November, a tragic house fire claimed the lives of several animals including the mother and littermates of this puppy.
If you’ve ever thought “my pet is too young for a dental cleaning” or “my pet’s teeth look clean” you may reconsider.
The holidays are upon us, and nothing can spoil the festivities like an emergency trip to the veterinary hospital.
IVAPM Certification (CVPP) is a program dedicated to enhancing comfort in animal patients.
Last month VESHW introduced Wichita’s first Veterinary CT scanner.
We're proud to announce the construction of our new hospital on the west side of Wichita near 21st Street North and Hoover Road, across from Sedgwick County Zoo.
The Fourth of July is a celebratory day of food, fireworks and fun for most around the U.S., but unfortunately your pets do not enjoy this holiday as much as you do.
Meet Lollie! Lollie was admitted to VESHW for a 10 inch laceration repair on her abdomen.HERE
As the weather gets warmer, pets start spending more time outdoors. More time outside can mean being exposed to more danger and we need to be aware of the potential dangers spring plants can be for our pets.
Easter is a busy time of year and it's a time for family and friends to gather together to celebrate the holiday.
Spending time outside in the warm weather is fun, but you must be aware of the possibility for your pet to experience heat exhaustion.