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About Us

We are an established and growing hospital ready to provide the absolute highest level of care to you and your pets.


We offer 24 hour emergency. Our emergency veterinarians focus all of their time and training on ER medicine only, making them experts in this specific part of the Veterinary field. We always have at least one veterinarian in the hospital to treat your pet (7 days a week, 365 days a year).


We have 2 board-certified Veterinary Surgeons on staff full-time. This allows us to provide the absolute highest level of surgical care with specialized experts. Our surgeons are experienced in Orthopedic, Neurologic, Soft-Tissue, and Cancer surgery of all types. In addition, we bring in experts in other disciplines for consultations in order to provide the best treatment recommendations possible for your pet (internal medicine, radiology, oncology, behavior, dermatology, etc).


Your pets will receive the compassion and commitment to quality care as if they were our own, reflecting our belief that they are cherished members of your family.


We will communicate with your regular veterinarian regularly to ensure continuity of care.


We look forward to being of service to you and the animals you love!

 

RADIOCAT CO-FOUNDERS

 

Dr. Herring and Dr. Wachsstock are co-founders of Radiocat, a veterinary practice dedicated exclusively to the care and treatment of Feline Hyperthyroidism.


Dr. David S. Herring is a Board Certified Veterinary Radiologist who believes the pet's best interests are paramount and that the treatment should never be worse than the disease. He received advanced training in diagnostic ultrasound, echocardiography, radiography and nuclear medicine, and taught at Texas A&M and the Ohio State University. In 1985, Dr. Herring moved to the Baltimore-Washington area, where he became the first veterinarian to offer abdominal ultrasound and, in 1995, Radioiodine therapy (I-131).


Dr. Rand S. Wachsstock is a graduate of the University of Illinois and has taught at both his alma mater and at Yale University. He has actively practiced emergency medicine since 1984 and believes comprehensive state-of-the-art medical care should be readily available to all pets. Dr. Wachsstock owns and operates the Emergency/Critical Care Service at The Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Springfield, Virginia. In 2005 he was appointed by the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia to the Radiation Advisory Board.


Learn more at https://radiocat.com/.