A recurring health problem in pets that doesn’t go away with conventional medicine can be scary for any pet owner. Internal medicine provides veterinarians with the opportunity to dig deeper into a pet’s body and find out what’s wrong through x-ray images, lab results, medical history, and more. In its most basic terms, internal medicine is a branch of veterinary medicine that involves the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect various internal organ systems of animals such as the endocrine, genitourinary, respiratory, gastrointestinal, immune, lymphatic, and renal systems.
Your Pets Vets offers a diverse range of internal medicine services that help manage these conditions through medications, exercise, and nutritional counseling. Our team is familiar with all internal organ systems in pets and how they function together to maintain their overall health.
Internal medicine typically involves non-invasive diagnosis and treatments for all pets. Veterinarians work with pet owners to provide the best possible care for the patient based on their conditions. We provide non-invasive care for the following health issues:
Our team is highly skilled in operating advanced medical equipment that detects all types of severe or chronic symptoms that deteriorate a pet’s health. Through the use of medical technologies seen in digital radiology and other specialities, veterinarians can look inside a pet’s entire body, their organs, and their functions. Depending on the diagnosis, some specialists may take a quick biopsy without your pet needing to undergo surgery. We promise to take your pet’s comfort and safety into consideration throughout each procedure, and keep their wellbeing as our primary goal.