Pet Allergies

Just like people, your pets can have allergies too! At Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center, we have the tools and skills necessary to identify and treat your pet. There are many different kinds of allergies that can affect your pet, including environmental, food, contact allergies, and flea allergy dermatitis (bites). So how do you know if your pet is suffering … Read More

Please Welcome Dr. Rory Applegate!

Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center is excited to welcome a new member of the Internal Medicine Team: Dr. Rory Applegate. Her multi-faceted approach to internal medicine, genuine connection with clients and patients, and professionalism are great assets to our team. She graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011, and subsequently went on to a small animal rotating … Read More

Care Credit

We know that the cost of caring for your pets can be daunting, especially since many owners do not have pet health insurance. The costs of emergency services are usually higher than routine care, and often these situations arise at inopportune times for your finances. While we are unable to offer payment plans, and require payment upfront, that doesn’t mean … Read More

How are we Doing at SOVSC?

We are not your primary veterinarian, but we are here for you when you need a specialist or have an emergency. We know that it can be very stressful when you’re in that kind of situation, and we do our best to make it as easy and calming as possible for both you and your pet. We have a prioritization … Read More

Please Welcome Dr. John Davies!

Here at Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center, we are excited to welcome our newest surgeon, Dr. John Davies! In 2001, he graduated from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Three years later, he attended Ontario Veterinary College and graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. After a series of internships and medical … Read More

SOVSC Triage Priority

It’s a scary thing when something is wrong with our pets. They are part of the family and no one understands that better than the staff at Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center. It’s difficult when your furry family member doesn’t feel good and they can’t tell you what’s wrong. As a specialty center and emergency care facility, we need to … Read More