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Our highly-trained veterinarians in Anchorage are always available for your emergency pet care needs. Call us now for help.
Pet Emergency Treatment, Inc. (PET) is a AAHA accredited emergency referral hospital in Anchorage, Alaska. It was founded in 1978 by a network of veterinarian shareholders (now 32) in order to provide emergency and critical care services 24/7/365 for companion animals.
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The staff at VCA Alaska Pet Care has proudly served the midtown Anchorage area for over 20 years. We look forward to welcoming you and your pets and giving them the best care we can provide. We believe the better we get to know you and your pets, the better we can provide the best possible healthcare for them. Our Veterinarians give you and your pet all the time and care that you need, and we never rush through an exam. We offer high quality preventive medicine, emergency and sick pet treatment, rotational neurology services including MRI and neuro surgery, as well as boarding for dogs, cats, and exotics.Dr. Basler’s passion for veterinary medicine was sparked by owning multiple fish tanks in high school. His job at a tropical fish store helped “fund his fish habit”. Treating fish medical issues honed his interest in biology and medicine, leading to a degree in Animal Biology and acceptance to the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. He graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from WSU in 1985 and moved with his wife, Pamela, to her home state of Alaska. After two years of small animal practice, he embarked on a three-year adventure in Barrow where his duties included traditional companion animal veterinary medicine but also duties as diverse as animal control, public health issues (water testing, restaurant inspections, rabies vaccinations) and assisting wild life research along with monthly trips to remote arctic villages of the North Slope Borough.
Dr. Basler and his family returned to Anchorage in 1990 to begin a career at College Village Animal Clinic. He assumed ownership of the clinic in 1998. Dr. Basler and Pam have three sons: Eric, Ryan and Jack and a grey-black chinchilla named Smokey. He is active in his church and as a leader in Boy Scouts, plays volleyball and is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys skiing, backpacking and fishing in Alaska’s great outdoors. Dr. Basler is actively involved in the veterinary community. He is currently Alaska’s Representative to the American Veterinary Medical Association, sits on the Board of Directors of Pet Emergency, Inc. (an Anchorage veterinary cooperative designed to provide 24/7 emergency care for pets) and is a past President of the Alaska Veterinary Medical Association.