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General Medicine

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We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below.

 
 

As general practitioners, we evaluate your pet in order to diagnose and treat a variety of health problems. These may include heart or internal organ disease, endocrine disorders such as diabetes or thyroid disease, dental disease, skin disorders or allergy, trauma or injury, cancer and more. Our doctors and staff are committed to providing the best possible veterinary care to your pet with compassion and empathy.

General pet medicine encompasses: 

  • A complete and thorough physical exam which is the cornerstone of your pet's evaluation.
  • A discussion of clinical signs, behavior changes and any other concerns
  • Diagnostic imaging that may include xrays or ultrasound
  • Discussion surrounding a diagnosis or need for further care
  • Treatment of your pet, whether admitted to the hospital or as out-patient care

If you witness your pet exhibiting any of the following, please schedule an appointment to have them evaluated:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Lethargy, or sudden decrease in activity
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Increased thirst or urination
  • Limping, difficulty standing up, climbing stairs, or walking long distances. 
  • Excessive itching. 
  • Excessive weight loss or weight gain. 
  • Odor or discharge from ears. 
  • Foul smelling breath or trouble chewing
  • Discharge from eyes or nose 
  • Excessive sneezing
  • Lumps in the skin that are new or have increased in size

Prolonged Condition Management

In some instances, pet care requires more than just a single day’s visit. Our staff can provide a comfortable setting for pets receiving ongoing care that requires hospitalization. However, if diagnostics or treatment lies outside our veterinary specialty, or requires a veterinarian specialist, we may refer you to one of our partnered referral veterinarians. We work closely with specialty practices that can further assist you in achieving optimal veterinary care.

If you have any questions or concerns about your pet, please call our office.