Heart Care

for your four-legged friends

Visit our state-of-the-art veterinary cardiology clinic
in Everett, WA

Accurate Answers

Reliable Treatment

Ongoing Care

Best Guesses
Aren't Good Enough

When it comes to treating heart disease, even the best primary care vets are stuck making their best guess.

Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly what’s going on? That’s the power of working with a heart specialist. You can know what’s going on, how to treat it, and be confident that your pet will be on-track to stay healthy.

Get The Right Answers

It’s scary to hear “your pet has a heart condition.” Especially if you aren’t sure what you’re supposed to do to take care of it.

Hi, I’m Dr. Brian Maran. As Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologists™, my team works closely with you and your primary care vet to get the right answers, give specialized support and provide ongoing care to treat your pet’s heart for years to come.

With a combined 40+ years of clinical practice, we’ve helped thousands of patients get the heart care their pet deserves. And we’d love to do the same for you.

How It Works

Diagnose The Disease

We’ll do a full physical exam & evaluation to identify and diagnose the disease.

Then we’ll know exactly what we’re dealing with.

We develop the best treatment plan

Our specialist will create a step-by-step treatment plan tailored to each unique patient.

Then, you’ll follow the plan at home.

After regular check-ins to run tests, we’ll make adjustments as needed.

Get back to living your life

With a plan in place and your questions answered, you’ll be able to bring the family back together.

You can rest assured knowing you have the best treatment plan so you, and your pet, can get back to living life together.

What's A Specialist?

Just like cardiologists who treat human hearts, veterinary cardiologists have advanced training and expertise in treating the heart and circulatory system in animals.

Happy Heart Care Families

Dr. Maran and Holly were wonderful, helping me to diagnose my dog’s heart condition and giving me important information for future anesthesia procedures.

I can’t thank them enough for their expertise and I am now looking forward to her annual cardiology check ups!

Cori DeZarn-McCoy


The very best in Cardiology Vet Care with Dr Maran and his team. I have watched him skillfully diagnose many patients, as I was associated with a veterinary clinic who called him for mobile cardiology services.

Today, he saw my own dog, and as expected, great service, compassion…Read More

Jenn Schubeck


We Work Hard To Give You

We Know That Your Pet
Is Part Of Your Family

And your family deserves the best care possible.

At OVC, we make sure to diagnose the disease and develop the right plan so your pet receives the best care possible, and the chance to get back to loving life.

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends. We see patients in our state-of-the-art clinic in Everett, Washington for diagnostics and surgical care. We also operate as a concierge service, meaning- we come to you in the comfort of your trusted veterinary office. Talk with your vet to see if that option is available to you.

If you’d like to come to our out-patient clinic in Everett, WA, you can reach out to us at (425) 409-1545.

You can also contact your trusted veterinary office. If your vet is within our mobile services area, they will coordinate with our team to bring us in and get you answers!

You will remain present for all appointments scheduled at our clinic. These will function like traditional out-patient appointments. 

All appointments at your vet’s office will be drop-off evaluations. 

Prior to your visit, you will receive an estimate based on your appointment type and the diagnostic testing needed. This estimate will come from our staff if you are coming to our facility, or from your trusted veterinary office if our team is coming to you. 

Additional diagnostics, such as radiographs or laboratory studies, may be recommended prior to or following the cardiac assessment. This can also lead costs to vary. 

But, we will always provide a clear estimate and get your approval before we do any exam or procedure.

Commonly Treated Diseases