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Internal Medicine Can Help Your Pet Feel Like New 

Just like us, our pets can suffer from different conditions that affect their internal systems. Internal pet medicine encompasses an immense range of conditions, but it always begins with a comprehensive exam by one of our veterinarians. If your dog or cat isn’t acting like themselves, never assume it will pass within a day or two. Major underlying problems can disguise themselves as minor ailments in the beginning, but left unchecked, they can quickly grow worse. Your pet’s health is our foremost responsibility, and we need to know as soon as possible if something is wrong. Our veterinary team will work diligently to make an appropriate diagnosis, and perform any further testing that may be required.

Our Internal Medicine Services 

If your pet has it, there’s a good chance we can treat it. Our veterinarians are well equipped to manage a plethora of conditions, including, but not limited to:

  • Metabolic disorders
  • Endocrine diseases (Cushing’s disease, diabetes)
  • Infectious diseases (such as tick-borne)
  • Gastrointestinal disease
  • Pancreatic diseases
  • Liver or bladder diseases
  • Upper and lower airway diseases

Internal Medicine in Wisconsin Rapids: Man kissing his dogWe’ll Walk You Through the Process

As the owner, we want you to be directly involved in the decision-making process when it comes to choosing a course of treatment for your animal companion. Our goal is to get them back in good health and back to the comfort of their own home as soon as we are able. To help you in your decisions, we offer cost estimates and a full array of treatment options. This can be a difficult process for owners, especially if their pet has been diagnosed with a disease that requires constant medicating and monitoring.

Reach Out to Us 

Remember, we’re here for you. Our veterinarians and staff members are committed to providing the best care for your pet whenever they need it. Don’t hesitate to call us if your four-legged family member is having a problem—we will do all that we can to help. If you do see abnormal changes in your pet’s health and behavior, please call us immediately at 715-421-4200 to schedule an appointment. The sooner we can treat your pet’s problem, the better!