Our team at Animal Emergency and Specialty Center strives to provide the best possible care for our clients and patients. While our highly trained team of nurses and doctors can provide many emergency and critical care services, sometimes our patients can benefit from or require specialized care in internal medicine, dental, and surgical procedures. By referral, those patients are consulted on by those specialists with their own specially trained staff who handle all separate billing and medical records. We aim to make the process as seamless as possible, but each speciality is separate from AESC. Specific questions and concerns should be addressed to the appropriate specialist team.
During weekdays, the following specialty services are offered in our clinic by referral only. For more information about these services or to make an appointment, follow the links below.
Internal Medicine Specialist
Dr. Jarod Williams
DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), CVA
Ozark Veterinary Specialty Care
Phone Number: 479-256-4845
The team at Ozark Veterinary Specialty Care provides a high level of veterinary medical care to the community of Northwest Arkansas and surrounding areas. Our level of care is maintained by the state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and highly-trained staff used to treat your pet. Dr. Jarod Williams has extensive training in interventional veterinary ultrasound & endoscopy and is a published author on the subject. Through the use of both state-of-the-art and common equipment, we can find solutions to some difficult problems.
Professional Dental Care
Dr. Douglas Winter
DVM, Diplomate AVDC
Midwest Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery
Phone Number: 479-633-7327
We offer many services at our clinic including dental care. The goal of a professional dental cleaning is to remove the tartar and plaque above and below the gum line. Tartar and calculus removal above the gum line is the most important part of this treatment, since this is what causes gum recession and tooth infection. Your pet will need to stay with us for the day as general anesthesia is utilized for this procedure. We understand that many people are concerned about general anesthesia, so please give our staff a call for any questions you may have.