Haven Lake Animal Hospital is committed to providing quality veterinary care for your pet throughout his or her lifetime. Both our facilities and services are designed to manage the wellness of your pet under any circumstance, but our experience has taught us that prevention is indeed the best medicine. Whether it is preventive care for your kitten or puppy, dental care throughout your pet’s life, or pain management and support for your senior pet, we are prepared to provide your pet with the necessary routine care required for a lifetime of health and happiness.
The services Haven Lake Animal Hospital provides for protecting the wellness of your pet go beyond the scope of routine examinations. Our menu of services is designed to encompass the full range of veterinary health and includes:
- Veterinary dental care
- Diagnostic services, including endoscopy, radiology, and ultrasound
- Internal medicine for conditions such as heart disease, allergies, and infectious diseases
- Flea/tick control
- Pain Mangement
- Puppy and kitten care, including vaccinations and spay/neuter services
- Senior pet care
- End-of-life services
Veterinary internal medicine covers a wide range of health concerns, diagnostics, and treatments—all of which deal with the internal systems of the body and their health. Knowing when your pet may need the care provided by internal medicine can vary by condition, and symptoms may present quite suddenly or as part of a chronic condition. The cause of the symptoms and conditions can vary greatly and generally include:
- Degenerative illness
- Immune disorders
Because the field is so vast and the causes so broad, it is difficult to establish a set list of symptoms. However, with routine wellness exams, many conditions can be caught before becoming a serious issue.
At Haven Lake Animal Hospital, we offer a wide range of internal medicine veterinary services, including:
- Treatment of the liver and kidney disease
- Dermatology services, including allergy testing
- Cancer diagnosis and treatment
- Diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases
- Endocrinology and exocrinology
- I-131 radioiodine therapy for hyperthyroidism
At Haven Lake Animal Hospital, we understand that you may feel a bit overwhelmed by it all, but rest assured that we are here to help and guide you and your pet through the process and back to health. If your pet has not recently been in for an annual wellness exam or dental exam, is not current on his or her vaccinations, or has any other issues you are concerned about, please contact us to schedule an appointment.