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Your pet's health and your peace of mind are important to us. We want to answer any questions you might have about how you and your pet will get the best possible care in an urgent situation.
During Office Hours:
In any emergency, please try to call our office before coming in. Knowing you are coming, and knowing even a little bit about the nature of your pet's emergency, allows us to be as ready as possible for your arrival.
When the Office is Closed:
If your pet is having a medical emergency please call Burlington Emergency Veterinary Services directly at 802-863-2387. Regardless, leave us a message so we can follow up with you as soon as possible regarding the issue. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Our mission is to provide full-service veterinary medicine and the best preventative, medical and surgical care available to you and your pet. Our veterinary hospital believes that educated clients provide better pet care, and it is our goal to work closely with you to keep your pet healthy and happy.
What's New at Long Trail Veterinary Center
Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols.
In addition, we are one of the only veterinary practices in New England with specialized services for sporting, breeding, and working dogs.
Meet the team
Dr. Ryan D. Canales, MVB, Owner
Dr. Ryan Canales grew up in Rutland, Vermont. He founded Long Trail Veterinary Center with his wife in July 2012. Dr. Canales truly enjoys the vast diversity involved in the veterinary profession. "No matter how many years you're in practice, every day brings a new rewarding challenge," Dr. Canales says. He finds nothing more rewarding than seeing appreciative clients leave happy and healthy. "Our mission here is to provide the safest, most current knowledge for your family to make the best decision for your pet that fits into your lifestyle," Dr. Canales says.
Dr. Karinda Elliott, DVM, CCRP
Dr. Karinda Elliott grew up in Central New York. She then moved to Georgia to attend the University of Georgia where she attained Bachelors of Science in Ecology and Biology. She continued her studies at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated with her degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 with high honors. Dr. Elliott then practiced in the metro Atlanta area until late 2013, when she and her husband purchased an RV and starting exploring the United States.