We’ll fight, together

Our oncology service at MarQueen Specialty Group provides comprehensive consultations, a wide range of cutting-edge diagnostics, as well as the staging and treatment of all cancers of your dog or cat. Dr. Erica Moore is a U.C. Davis trained, board-certified oncologist and Dr. Erica Queen is a board-certified internal medicine specialist who has also practiced oncology medicine for years. These two together collaborate with specialists throughout MarQueen to provide comprehensive care for your dog or cat at a very high-level.

We have some of the most comprehensive cancer treatment available as well as a wide range of advanced diagnostic techniques. Our registered veterinary technicians are experienced in treating oncology patients as well as trained in the administration of chemotherapy and can assist with radiation therapy. While a referral is not needed, we do encourage you to seek the opinion of your family veterinarian and will work with your primary care veterinarian to conduct diagnostic tests, create a treatment plan and discuss your options for medical, radiation or surgical treatments tailored for your dog or cat’s condition.

Our Oncology department provides

  • Registered veterinary technicians who are experienced and trained specifically in the administration of chemotherapy
  • Technicians trained specifically in the administration of anesthesia
  • Intravenous, intralesional and intracavitary chemotherapy administration
  • Long infusion chemotherapy administration
  • Melanoma vaccine treatment
  • Ultrasound guided and manual Tru-cut biopsies with pathology
  • Incisional and punch biopsies
  • Bone marrow aspirates and pathology submission
  • Palliative care/ pain managementa
  • A wide-range of specialties are provided at MarQueen to facilitate diagnostics, staging, treatment planning and monitoring including Computed Tomography, Board-Certified Radiology, Board-Certified Ultrasound, Clinical Pathology and Histology, and Surgery performed by Dr. Peter Walsh who helped to develop the small animal oncology surgical service during his tenure at the U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.