Just like people, as pets age they may develop more serious medical conditions that require in-depth or specialized veterinary care. Our highly trained veterinarians are able to diagnose and treat most of the more complex disorders your pet may develop during his or her lifetime.
We work very closely with our clients every step of the way to reach a diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan for your pet that works for you and your family. We pride ourselves on our rigorous training and commitment to ongoing education, which gives our Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians continued access to the most up-to-date treatment protocols so that your pet can be assured the finest care possible.
If you notice your pet with any of the symptoms listed below, please bring your pet in for an exam as soon as you can. We will thoroughly examine your pet and gather information about your pet’s condition. Additional diagnostic procedures may be required to find the cause of your pet’s problems before we develop a treatment protocol.
If your pet should develop a disorder of the canine or feline cardiovascular system, including the heart and blood vessels, our Veterinarians can diagnose and treat your pet. Just like humans, dogs and cats can suffer from a variety of disorders related to their heart and lungs, including congestive heart failure, hypertension, cardiomyopathy and valvular disorders.
Symptoms of canine or feline heart problems include:
At Animal Hospital at the Crossing, we treat animals with glandular and metabolic problems. Endocrinology is the branch of medicine dealing with hormonal imbalances in your pet’s body. Hormonal diseases can occur as a result of an excess of certain hormones, such as hyperthyroidism in cats, or lack of hormones, such as diabetes. There are several endocrines and renal diseases you may have heard of:
Hormonal diseases can cause a multitude of clinical signs in your pet, depending on what organ is affected and whether the problem is an excess or a lack of a particular hormone. Some of the symptoms of hormonal imbalance are:
Our Veterinarians treat a wide variety of animal gastrointestinal diseases and conditions of the digestive tract. This organ system includes the stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, pancreas, and gall bladder. Examples of gastrointestinal disorders in your pet are:
Symptoms of Pets with gastrointestinal disorders include:
Does your pet have a problem with itchy skin, chronic skin or ear problems? We are here to help your pet with problems such as:
If you notice a change in your dog or cat or notice any of these symptoms, please contact us and bring your pet in for an exam. We will thoroughly examine your pet and gather information about your pet's condition. Diagnostic procedures may be required to find the cause of your pet's problems and can include skin scraping for mites, skin cytology, possible cultures and skin biopsy.
Our Veterinarians are able to diagnose and treat disorders of the urinary tract and reproductive systems. Urological disorders can include acute or chronic kidney failure, kidney or bladder stones, blockage of the urinary tract or urinary incontinence. Symptoms of pets with urological disorders include:
If you notice your pet with any of these symptoms, please bring your pet in for an exam. We will thoroughly examine your pet and gather information about your pet’s condition. Diagnostic procedures may be required to find the cause of your pet’s problems.
The Veterinarians at Animal Hospital at the Crossing have the diagnostic tools and specialized knowledge to diagnose and treat cancer in companion animals. We work with our clients and their families to develop treatment plans that incorporate the very best medical care for the pet that meets the families’ desires and needs. Our goal is to provide your pet with the best possible quality of life and their families with education and support, so they are able to best manage their pet’s condition.
At Animal Hospital at the Crossing, we use the latest technology to diagnose your pet, including:
If your pet suffers from a serious disease requiring specialized care, we are trained in advanced medical procedures and techniques, including biopsies, critical care management, intravenous fluid therapy, chemotherapy, and diabetic stabilization.
Animal Hospital at the Crossing
3001 Village Office Place
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