Our dedicated and seasoned internal medicine team is driven by passion, trust, and collaboration. From endocrinology to gastroenterology, cardiology, nephrology/urology, oncology, neurology, hematology, as well as respiratory and infectious disease, our internists represent multiple disciplines and work as a team to help you make the best long-term care decision for your pet.
We know that pets are part of your family and we are dedicated to improving their health and quality of life in every way we can. We help educate family members about their pets’ disease process and work with each CVS specialist to make informed, collaborative decisions regarding treatment.
We want pet families to feel comfortable with their decisions when it comes to long-term care options. That’s why our internists give pet parents different ways to approach each situation financially and medically as well as provide options to help guide them through the difficult decision-making process. We blend decades of experience with a personal touch, resulting in trusted relationships with the pet parents.
In order to best diagnose and treat your pet, our team of internists has access to some of the most advanced diagnostic services in the country, including ultrasonography (cardiac and abdominal), high definition endoscopy (upper and lower GI), bronchoscopy, rhinoscopy, cystoscopy and vaginoscopy, bone marrow aspirations, x-ray imaging, computed tomography and MRI scans, laparoscopy, and blood pressure evaluations. These advanced technologies allow us to do less invasive procedures that have shorter recovery times, giving you and your pet more comfort.
We know these can be scary and difficult times; our team of caring and talented specialists and technicians are here for you every step of the way.
What is a Veterinary Specialist?
A primary care veterinarian treats a broad variety of animals and conditions. Veterinary specialists, however, must complete an internship, a two to four-year specialized residency, publish a paper in a peer-reviewed journal, in addition to receiving their veterinary degree. Specialists must also undergo a series of rigorous examinations based on knowledge and skill in the given specialty.
Internal Medicine Doctors
Good vets treat people as much as they treat their pets. Our internists are part of your family. It’s very personal.