Welcome to Fetch Specialty & Cancer Veterinary Centers
We are a family-owned, emergency and specialty veterinary hospital located in Brandon, FL, that offers advanced and specialized veterinary services to our clients and referring veterinarians in the Tampa Bay area.
24/7 Emergency Care
Pet emergencies seem to happen at the most inopportune times, especially when your primary veterinarian is unavailable. Fetch is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Similar to human medicine, there have been incredible advances in the treatment of cancer that can provide our patients with a high quality of life for years to come.
To help you make an informed decision in treating your pet, Fetch offers many modalities of in-house diagnostic imaging. You will often receive the results at the conclusion of the imaging procedure.
Our board-certified surgeon and a team of surgical technicians provide excellent care before and after surgery ensuring your pet’s well-being.
What we offer:
Our team of knowledgeable and highly trained professionals are committed to providing exceptional care to injured and ill pets while listening to clients and treating them with compassion and respect so they can make the best possible decisions regarding their pet’s health.
When your pet is referred to Fetch by your primary veterinarian for emergency and specialty services, we work closely together to create a treatment plan tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Throughout the treatment process, the Fetch team will be in communication with your primary veterinarian to ensure the best possible outcome of your beloved pet.
Dedicated Veterinary Team
Who we are:
When your pet needs emergency or specialty care, we’ll be there. We understand that this can be a difficult time for your family, and our specialists will be there every step of the way. A veterinary specialist is a veterinarian who practices in a particular clinical field of veterinary medicine like oncology or surgery. Specialists complete additional training, internships, and residencies in their field of expertise and must pass a series of arduous examinations. When a pet is referred to a veterinary specialist, it is because a pet’s health problem requires expertise and equipment that your primary veterinarian may not have.