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Vet Hospital Network Launches 35 Cancer Centers

11 of them are in California.




SANTA MONICA, CA — VCA Animal Hospitals announced the launch of its network of 35 VCA Pet CancerCare Centers across North America.

“At VCA Pet CancerCare Centers, we are leading cancer care into a hopeful new era with longer lifespans and improved quality of life,” said Dr. Zack Wright, director of oncology at VCA Animal Diagnostic Clinic in Dallas, TX. “Our dedicated oncologists across the network are committed to working with primary care veterinarians to make advanced cancer care accessible to pet owners, with the goal always being extended, high quality of life for our patients.”

VCA Pet CancerCare Centers are located in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin. Eleven of them are in California.

According to the company, “VCA Pet CancerCare Centers will be staffed under the guidance of board-certified oncologists who have years of advanced training and experience in their area of specialization, including medical oncology, radiology, and surgery.”

In a survey conducted by VCA, 58% of pet owners said they would do everything possible to make the lives of their pets more comfortable if diagnosed with cancer.

VCA Animal Hospitals operates more than 930 small animal veterinary hospitals in the U.S., Canada and Brazil.


For a full list of VCA Pet CancerCare Centers, visit

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