A diagnosis of cancer in your dog or cat changes everything. And a whole list of questions arise – Whom do I turn to for help? Can my pet be treated? Will there be side effects? Will treatment be painful? How much does it cost? Our animal hospital is here to help provide some answers for you.
We understand. As veterinary cancer specialists, we have dedicated our professional lives to the care and treatment of pets with cancer and doing everything we can to maintain a good quality of life throughout the process.
Dr. Erin Michael Romansik is known for his bedside manner. Pets love him, and so do their families.
Even more important, Dr. Romansik received his clinical education at some of the most respected universities in the world, achieving board certification from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in the specialty of Oncology.
He is one of less than 400 who holds this distinction.
If you’re a pet owner whose furry companion was recently diagnosed with cancer, it doesn’t have to stop there. You have options. Your pet can continue to live a happy, active life – even while undergoing treatment. We want you to take solace in knowing that there’s always room for hope. And you’re not alone – we’re in this journey with you, and we want to help in any way we can. To learn more about our treatment options, click here.
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As a referral-based veterinary specialist, Dr. Romansik works with primary care veterinarians to provide treatment for dogs and cats with cancer. The referral process is fast and easy and referring veterinarians are kept updated on the treatment and plan after each visit. To refer a patient, visit our Veterinarian’s page.
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We are very glad you found us. There is no better place for your pet to be than in the care of a cancer specialist and more specifically, Dr. Romansik and his team.
Animal Cancer Care Specialists strives to work with owners to maintain a high quality of life while treating pets with cancer. We understand that a diagnosis of cancer is unanticipated and you may not know what to expect. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about pursuing treatment with us.
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