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UPDATE 3/23/20: On March 23, 2020 Governor Wolf issued a shelter in place order for all of Allegheny County effective 8pm tonight.
We will continue to enforce the recommended CDC guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace and beyond. If you or anyone in your household is currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have traveled internationally or within the US to an area with a high incidence of COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or have been exposed to someone with confirmed COVID-19, we respectfully request you have a healthy family member or friend accompany your pet to their appointment. We will continue our curb side protocol for all urgent appointments in an effort to maximize the CDC guidelines of social distancing. If you have additional questions, please contact our office for further instructions. We take your health and the health of our staff very seriously and appreciate your cooperation to keep everyone safe.
Who we are:
Pittsburgh Veterinary Cardiology is a private practice providing specialized care, diagnostics, and management of all cardiac diseases in dogs and cats by Dr. Eva Sikorska, DVM, DACVIM and Dr. Erin Anderson, VMD, MSc, DACVIM, both board certified cardiologists. We are dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disease in small animals.
With the opening of our second office in Washington, PA we offer cardiology services in Allegheny and Washington counties serving greater western PA, eastern OH, and parts of West VA
What we do:
As board certified cardiologists, we diagnose and treat various heart diseases in dogs and cats including congenital disease (birth defects) and acquired disease that develop over time. We strive to provide all of our patients with an excellent quality of life to spend with their beloved family. In addition, Pittsburgh Veterinary Cardiology works side by side with all the other specialty departments within the PVSEC building in helping to manage any cardiac complications that may arise as a result of non-cardiac diseases.
Is your pet on a grain free diet? Click the link below to obtain more information about the recent concern for a potential link between certain pet foods and the development of dilated cardiomyopathy.