As a free-standing cancer clinic for pets, our sole focus is on the veterinary cancer patient.  Comprehensive cancer diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities are on site including surgical oncology, medical oncology and radiation oncology.

Our Mission statement

The Animal Cancer & Imaging Center is a free-standing cancer treatment center whose sole purpose is to help pets with cancer.  Our Mission is to provide state of the art treatment for pets in an atmosphere of excellence and compassion.  Our Commitment is to provide the most up to date information and treatment available in order to develop more effective and less toxic methods of treating cancer.  It is our goal to pursue excellence in educational and developmental efforts within our specialties.  We strive to perform with the highest ethical standards in a responsible manner with particular emphasis on the welfare of our patients, our staff, and the veterinary community we serve. We take serious our responsibility to provide excellence and compassion in care in three ways:

1.) By helping to create better ways of treating cancer while maintaining an excellent quality of life for our patients

2.) By training tomorrow's oncologists and surgeons to provide the same high level of service

3.) By maintaining the standards of a bond centered practice for our clients, their pets, our referring veterinarians and our staff.


Helping our patients live longer, happier lives despite their cancers is our mission.  Along the way, we see so many beloved patients that are more than pets but important family members.  For some, pets are their only family, for others, families are made whole by 4 extra legs and a big heart.  Moby is just one example of a sweet, loving soul that stole the hearts of the Kutinsky family and also stole our hearts at ACIC.  

 "Moby" Kutinski is checking in with Sarah for his appointment (and looking for a treat!!).  Moby was a lymphoma patient of ours for almost 2 years.  His "smiles" were always contagious.  He was one of our miracle puppies!

"Moby" Kutinski is checking in with Sarah for his appointment (and looking for a treat!!).  Moby was a lymphoma patient of ours for almost 2 years.  His "smiles" were always contagious.  He was one of our miracle puppies!

“When Moby relapsed in September 2016, I knew that he still had “fight” in him and was still so full of life, so I wondered how I would ever know when his time would come. In the end, Dr. O and Moby helped guide me, and all along the way, Dr. O captured every single quality you would hope for in a doctor; informative, patient, kind, honest, committed, and most of all, loving. Moby was an integral part of our family and she and her team just knew this and the pain that we all felt. We did not have to say a word. They all just got it. They hugged us, supported us and did all they could to make such a painful experience easier to manage. They provided words of reassurance and comfort. They gave us Kleenex and water. They pampered us with flowers and cards. Ann (Calvert) even came to our home to hand deliver Moby’s paw prints on the day that he passed away. They are simply a remarkable medical team and human team.”
— Angie, Adam, Jonah & Jack Kutinsky. March 2017