Most dog owners love giving their canine companions scraps from the table, but it's important to know exactly which human foods can be poisonous to dogs and why it is important to keep them out of reach when you're away. In this post, our Thousand Oaks vets share a comprehensive list of foods that are toxic to dogs.
24/7 Emergency Care in Thousand Oaks
At VSEC, we have veterinarians specially trained to provide compassionate and dedicated emergency medical care and triage, 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Meeting All Your Pets' Specialty Healthcare Needs
Our team at VSEC is here to meet your pet's needs. Our board-certified specialists and highly-trained veterinarians offer a range of specialized care.
Welcome to Our Veterinary Clinic in Thousand Oaks
Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center of Thousand Oaks (VSEC) is a multi-specialty pet hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs.
From specialty vet services and diagnostic imaging to 24/7 emergency and critical care, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s advanced health needs in one place.
We care for Thousand Oaks’s companion animals and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a compassionate touch.
Everyday Care Made Special.
At VSEC Thousand Oaks our board-certified veterinary specialists offer advanced services by referral in a variety of specialties.
We work closely with your primary care vet to deliver the best veterinary care to your pet. You can trust that our compassionate specialty vets will treat them with the care they deserve.
Our team cares for your pets with compassion.
Address & Hours
VSEC proudly serves patients in Thousand Oaks and Ventura County.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Whether you are looking for advice about veterinary emergencies or information on kidney disease in pets, our informative blogs feature helpful tips and advice from our Thousand Oaks vets that will help you to keep your companions healthy and happy.
Ear infections aren't that common in cats, but when cats do develop them it could be caused by an underlying health condition that needs to be addressed by a veterinarian. Here, our Thousand Oaks vets share the possible causes of your cat's ear infection as well as the symptoms and how they can be treated.