Financial Resources for Pet Families Dealing with a Cancer Diagnosis

The economic and emotional impact of COVID-19 has affected everyone. For many families dealing with a cancer diagnosis for their dog or cat, the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic has added to the stress of how to care for their pets.

We wanted you to know that there is a wide range of financial resources available for pet families when considering treatment options. We hope you find these resources helpful.

Veterinary Specialty Center’s medical and radiation oncologists is available for consultations and our full range of treatment options are still available. During this crisis, we’ve taken extra steps to care for your pet while limiting in-person contact. Our biggest priority is providing exceptional patient care while keeping your families and our staff safe.

At VSC, we honor and care about our community and our primary concern is for the well-being of our staff, our clients, and our patients. If you have questions about how we can work with you, please don’t hesitate to call our client service team at 847.459.7535.


Starting Monday, April 8th through the end of September, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) will begin their road resurfacing project along Waukegan Road from Lake Cook Road to Half Day Road (IL 22). Please allow additional travel time to our hospital during the construction. Learn More: Waukegan Road Resurfacing Project