Our isolation unit provides the highest quality of care to infectious patients while dramatically reducing exposure risks to other patients in the hospital. We are able to manage major infectious diseases in our isolation unit, for canine and feline patients but exotics as well, such as respiratory diseases (kennel cough, distemper and feline upper respiratory tract infections), infectious diarrhea and rabies suspects (though very uncommon). Patients have their own cages and treatment table and direct access to outside so that patients do not have to come through the main hospital doors to be admitted. We use negative pressure to force air directly outside no there is no chance of contagious air from isolation returning to the rest of the hospital. Your pet’s health is our number one concern!