Animals with chronic conditions or clinical signs without a diagnosis are often referred to our veterinary internists who try to identify the underlying causes of disease and provide a comprehensive treatment plan.
WSU is the only veterinary hospital in the country to offer a videofluoroscopic feeding evaluation for dogs with megaesophagus.
Treating patients can require a team of specialists, which is why we work closely with the hospital’s other services to provide the highest levels of care and expertise. We also partner with your family veterinarian to coordinate care and long-term treatment.
Our internal medicine veterinarians specialize in
Endocrine disease, including diabetes mellitus, hyperthyroidism, and Cushing’s disease
Gastrointestinal disease, including chronic vomiting or diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, and megaesophagus
Blood disorders including anemia and platelet disorders
Respiratory disease including pneumonia and chronic bronchitis
Liver and bilary tract disease, such as hepatitis and gall bladder disorders
Renal disease including chronic kidney disease
Urinary disease including urinary incontinence and urinary tract infection
Infectious disease, such as tick-borne and systemic fungal