Over the past few years, Veterinary Cancer Specialists at VRCC has treated pets like Ziggy, the dachshund, and Twitch, the cat, in its Oncology practice. This Oncology practice, led by the oncology and immunology expertise of Dr. Robyn Elmslie, offers services like chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and cryosurgery, and other types of innovative therapies. The hospital is the only facility in Denver that provides personalized treatment and care plans with on-site options for laboratory analysis, radiation therapy and procedures.A department of the Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado, Veterinary Cancer Specialists has operated on one founding principle since its establishment in 1993: enhancing a pet's quality of life. The Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado, which is an emergency hospital and specialty treatment center for a variety of pet species, knows the importance of quality of life. When cancer is suspected, patients are referred to the Oncology department. Once these animals are under the watchful eye of Dr.Robyn Elmslie and the other professionals at Veterinary Cancer Specialists, they are treated with the utmost compassion.Dr. Robyn Elmslie is dedicated to the advancement of cancer treatment in pets and constantly evaluates the oncology department's programs to ensure its procedures are up-to-date with current practices, therefore, providing the best outcomes for pets and their owners. The staff possesses a variety of skills in order to achieve this end; Dr. Kim Statham-Ringen has even undergone advanced studies of lymphoma-specific research. For more information about Veterinary Cancer Specialists or to schedule a consultation with one of the clinic's certified veterinarians, interested individuals should visit the clinic in Englewood, Colorado, or call (303) 874-2054.