Scheduling an Appointment

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If you and your veterinarian have determined that an appointment with Vermont Veterinary Cardiology is right for you and your pet, then it's as simple as calling to make an appointment at PEAK Veterinary Referral Center. We sincerely apologize that we are NO LONGER able to see appointments a Valley-CARES in W. Lebanon NH.





158 Hurricane Lane
Williston, VT 05495
(802) 878-2022 Phone
(802) 878-1524 Fax



Get DIRECTIONS on this Website! Your vet may ask you to transport x-rays, medical records, a condensed referral information sheet, and possibly other pertinent information. Please bring any of your pet’s current medications to the appointment.

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New appointments usually take about an hour and a half. This includes meeting with us and typical diagnostic tests (physical examination, echocardiogram, electrocardiogram, blood pressure determination, etc.). There will be a 30-45 minute wait while we perform some of these examinations; bring a book or plan on stepping out for coffee. It is fairly common for your pet to be lightly sedated while we perform some of the procedures since they need to lie still on a specialized table for about 30 minutes. It's usually necessary for us to clip some of the fur in the vicinity of the heart for us to perform an echocardiogram.

If your pet is coming in for a Holter monitor, event monitor, or pacemaker implantation or interrogation, we’ll need to speak to you or your vet before you come in so that we can have the necessary equipment standing by.


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