Our Small Animal Internal Medicine service provides examinations, diagnostic tests, and a wide variety of therapies for helping sick dogs and cats.
You do not need a referring veterinarian to make an appointment with our service. We will see patients with any medical problem; from pet owners with a new problem, those seeking a second opinion, or from clients who are referred by their regular veterinarian for advanced or complicated veterinary issues.
Endocrine disease (e.g., diabetes, I-131 therapy for hyperthyroid cats)
Gastrointestinal disease (e.g., vomiting/diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease)
Respiratory disease (e.g., kennel cough, pneumonia, upper respiratory disease)
Liver disease (e.g., portosystemic shunts, "yellow" skin, weight loss)
Renal disease (e.g., acute or chronic kidney failure)
Urinary disease (e.g., incontinence, inappropriate urination, infection)
Immune-mediated disease (e.g., anemia, polyarthritis)
Infectious disease (e.g., canine influenza, leptospirosis, toxoplasmosis)
If someone from our service area isn't an expert in your animal's specific medical issue, we are able to partner with clinicians from other specialty areas of our hospital (e.g., Dermatology, Oncology, and Soft Tissue Surgery) to provide comprehensive care for your pet. We also work closely with our Blood Bank and Pharmacy.
Some examples of reasons why your pet might visit us include (but are not limited to): a decreased appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss or obesity, lethargy or depression, coughing, sneezing, respiratory distress, swollen joints, trouble swallowing or defecating, difficult or painful urination, dehydration, collapse, seizures or loss of consciousness, or any chronic illness.
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