Specialized veterinary care focusing on diagnosing and treating complex internal diseases in companion animals.
At Woodinville Animal Hospital, we realize how important your pet’s health is to you. That’s why we specialize in exceptional Internal Medicine treatments suited to your pet’s specific requirements. Our highly experienced veterinarians and sympathetic staff are committed to providing the greatest level of care, ensuring that your pet receives the attention and treatment he or she deserves.
Our veterinarians have excellent expertise and experience in Internal Medicine. They are skilled at diagnosing and treating a wide range of complicated medical illnesses, including diseases of the respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and urinary systems, as well as endocrine disorders and infectious diseases. You can rely on us to offer excellent care for your pet, no matter what the situation.
Our veterinarians can help your pets with the following conditions:
- Ophthalmology: Animals, like humans, can suffer from vision problems that interfere with their everyday existence. These illnesses include corneal ulcers, cataracts, glaucoma, uveitis, eye tumors, eyelid abnormalities, dry eyes, and retinal degeneration. Our veterinary staff at Woodinville Animal Hospital can provide pets with practically all medical and surgical eye care choices accessible to people while guaranteeing their comfort and getting the best level of care and compassion.
- Endocrine: The endocrine system is a group of tissues that release hormones into the circulation. These hormones are sent to different sections of an animal’s body based on their roles, which include metabolism, growth, development, and reproduction. An endocrine disorder can occur as a result of a hormonal imbalance. The disease determines the type of treatment.
- Gastrointestinal: Treating gastrointestinal problems, illnesses, and conditions is an essential field of veterinary internal medicine. Because many pets are exposed to the elements, ingestible foreign substances and irritants are limitless. Even indoor pets may consume household goods or pet toys that are harmful to their digestive tract. As your pet ages, he or she may acquire disorders that affect the digestive system directly or indirectly.
- Cardiovascular: Our veterinarian and team provide comprehensive assessments and treatments with compassion and care. Pet cardiology goes beyond a standard exam; the procedure checks the pet’s heart using a non-invasive nuclear imaging test. A non-invasive scan is one of the most thorough techniques for a pet cardiologist to identify coronary artery disease and heart attack damage. These scans may detect both healthy and damaged cardiac muscle in your pet. By obtaining a scan, your beloved pet is one step closer to general well-being and illness prevention.
- Urogenital: Urine collection and analysis can aid in the diagnosis of probable urinary tract infections, as well as the evaluation of kidney function and other diseases. If bacteria are found in the urine, a culture and sensitivity test are frequently required to confirm that the correct antibiotic is administered to treat the infection.