Pet General Medicine
Indian Creek Pet Hospital is here to help when one of your pets requires general veterinary care or develops a serious illness. We will be there to diagnose and treat your pet and answer all the questions you may have. We provide general veterinary medicine in the comfort of our clinic for your dog or cat, including:
- Cardiology (Hypertension, heart failure)
- Ophthalmology (eye issues or conditions)
- Neurology (stroke, paralysis, disk disease)
- Dermatology (allergies, skin conditions, chronic ear infections)
- Endocrinology (Diabetes, thyroid disturbances)
- Critical Care/Urgent Care
We provide comprehensive internal medicine for pets with complex health problems such as autoimmune disorders, infectious diseases, and conditions related to the gastrointestinal tract, liver, kidney, pancreas, respiratory tract, or other organ system. We at Indian Creek Pet Hospital are committed to diagnosing, treating, and monitoring your pet’s medical condition. Our goal is to help you find the answers to your pet’s medical conditions and improve your pet’s quality of life.
Pet general medicine encompasses a broad spectrum of healthcare services, including routine check-ups, diagnostic testing, preventive care, and treatment of common medical issues. Indian Creek Pet Hospital’s experienced veterinarians offer a holistic approach to general medicine, addressing various aspects of a pet’s health.
The clinic’s general medicine services include thorough physical examinations, during which the veterinarians assess the pet’s overall health, weight, coat condition, and more. Regular check-ups are essential for early detection of potential health issues, enabling prompt intervention and treatment.
Diagnostic testing is a cornerstone of pet general medicine at Indian Creek Pet Hospital. The clinic offers blood tests, urinalysis, fecal analysis, X-rays, and more to assess the pet’s internal health and identify underlying medical conditions. These tests aid in accurate diagnoses and the formulation of appropriate treatment plans.
Preventive care is a core focus of the clinic’s general medicine services. The veterinarians provide vaccinations, parasite prevention, and nutritional guidance to promote the pet’s long-term health. By offering proactive solutions, the clinic helps prevent the development of preventable diseases and health issues.