Expert, Collaborative, Compassionate Care

Your partner in providing exceptional veterinary emergency and specialty care.

Is This An Emergency?

Bleeding, breathing difficulties, seizures, or shock are all reasons your pet should be seen immediately. Find out how VSH can help.

We’re open 24/7, 365 days a year to provide specialty and emergency care for your dog or cat

With a focus on compassionate care, Veterinary Specialty Hospital’s team of doctors provides accessible specialized medical services for your pet. Just as your physician may refer you or a family member to a specialist to receive treatment for a specific illness or injury, your veterinarian may recommend that your pet see a veterinary specialist at VSH


Covid-19 Update

Due to the ongoing concern revolving around COVID-19 VSH will be implementing additional protocols in our hospital effective today, March 16th. Please know that our goal at VSH is to continue to provide excellent collaborative specialty and emergency care for patients in our community. After much thought and consideration and in support of our community, public health, and overall wellness, we will not be allowing clients into the hospital.
If you have a scheduled appointment to see a specialist, please call when you arrive in our parking lot. At that time a nursing team member will take your pet’s history over the phone prior to coming out to your vehicle to bring your pet in for an exam with their doctor. Once an exam has been completed, the veterinarian will call to discuss the medical problems and plans.
If your pet has a medical emergency please call one of our offices prior to coming in so a history may be taken. At that time you will be asked to call again when you arrive so that a triage nurse can come immediately out to the parking lot to bring your pet into the hospital. Our Customer Service Team will get emergency consent over the phone. Once your pet has been examined by a veterinarian, the doctor will call to discuss the medical findings and recommendations for treatment.
Discharges will be done over the phone by a nurse or veterinarian prior to bringing your pet out to your vehicle. A Customer Service Team member will collect payment over the phone as well.
We are asking if clients are feeling sick with respiratory symptoms, have traveled in the last 30 days or have been in direct contact with a person confirmed to have COVID-19 that they make staff aware prior to arriving at the hospital. We will use additional protocols and ask that you remain in your car the entire time you are at our hospital.
Our staff strives to provide outstanding in-person communication as often as possible with our pet parents. However, at this time we feel like it is best for the safety of our pet parents, doctors and paraprofessional staff that we limit the time we are communicating face to face and avoid physical contact, such as shaking hands.
Our hospital is continuing to disinfect and deep clean throughout the day with a pet safe disinfectant.
Implementing these protocols may result in longer wait times, however they will allow us to remain open 24 hours a day to see your pets for their specialty and emergency needs. We appreciate the support and understanding from all of our pet parents and primary care community. If we can answer any questions please call our front desk.


7015 NC Highway 751
Durham, NC 27707


6405-100 Tryon Road
Cary, NC 27518

North Raleigh

4640 Paragon Park Road
Raleigh, NC 27616

Meet Our Doctors

Sirima Yaemsiri

Certified in Internal Medicine Dr. Sirima Yaemsiri completed her veterinary degree at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Med… READ MORE

Ryan Dulaney

Board Certified in Internal Medicine Dr. Ryan Dulaney received his veterinary degree from the Virginia–Maryland Regional College of Veterinary… READ MORE

Anita Cecil

Dr. Anita Cecil received her veterinary degree from the University of California-Davis. Prior to joining VSH, she worked at several emergency and spec… READ MORE

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