Veterinary Cardiology

Brian Maran

DVM DACVIM

Dr. Maran is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the subspecialty of Cardiology. He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University and completed his small animal medical and surgical internship at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Dr. Maran completed his Residency in Cardiology and Masters degree in pharmacogenomics at Washington State University where he was awarded the Outstanding Resident Research Award by the ACVIM in 2010 and 2011. Click to learn more about Dr. Maran and Olympic Veterinary Cardiology.

What is a veterinary cardiologist?

In addition to completing undergraduate training and four years of veterinary school, Board-certified Veterinary Specialists have completed an internship and residency in their specialized field and must pass rigorous examinations to achieve certification from ACVIM. ACVIM specialists bring a greater understanding in the area of internal medicine, cardiology, oncology or neurology. Cardiologists focus on diagnosing and treating diseases of the heart and lungs.

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Dr. Maran provides
the following services:

  • Echocardiogram allowing a detailed evaluation of the anatomy and function of your pet’s heart
  • Systemic blood pressure
  • Diagnostic ECG (6 lead digital)

If you’re ready to schedule treatment, then contact your trusted veterinary office, who will coordinate their team and ours to bring us in and get answers!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • General

We are a concierge service, meaning – we come to the comfort of your trusted veterinary office!

Contact your trusted veterinary office. They will coordinate their team and ours to bring us in and get answers!

You are welcome to be present for the evaluation, but advanced scheduling is required to make this happen. This means you will have a known appointment time and Dr. Maran will personally walk you through the exam, findings, and treatment plan.

Your trusted veterinary office can provide an appropriate estimate based on the necessary diagnostics and appointment type. Please contact your trusted veterinary office for more details and their expected diagnostic plan. Additional diagnostics, such as radiographs or laboratory studies, may be recommended prior to or following the cardiac assessment and this can also lead cost to vary.