Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Internal conditions often affect a pet’s entire body, diminishing a cat’s or dog’s general health, energy, and wellbeing. As a result, detecting, diagnosing, and effectively treating internal conditions can significantly improve your pet’s quality of life while restoring their energy and playful spirit. 

At Valencia Veterinary Center, our internal medicine specialists have the knowledge, experience, and state-of-the-art diagnostic tools at-hand to diagnose and treat a wide range of internal health concerns. 

What Kinds of Conditions Are Treated with Internal Medicine?

Internal medicine addresses diseases that tend to affect entire systems inside your pet’s body. While these types of conditions are numerous, the following are some of the most common systemic illnesses affecting cats and dogs:

When to Schedule an Internal Medicine Appointment for a Pet

Unfortunately, dogs and cats can’t simply tell us when they don’t feel well. Pets instinctively try to do the opposite by attempting to mask their pain and hide signs of illness. It’s up to pet owners to pay close attention to the behavior and appearance of their pets to detect potential signs of illness. 

Schedule an appointment for your pet if you notice any of the following signs or symptoms:

If you notice any of these signs or symptoms or observe unexplained changes in your pet’s appearance or behavior, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with an internal medicine expert at Valencia Veterinary Center right away. We’ll examine your pet and order the appropriate diagnostic tests to determine the underlying condition causing your pet’s discomfort. 


Chronic Disease Management and Treatment for Valencia Pets

Upon diagnosing an illness or chronic condition, our veterinarians will work with you to determine the best course of treatment to slow the progression of disease while managing your pet’s symptoms. 

To schedule an internal medicine appointment for your pet, we welcome you to contact Valencia Veterinary Center today.