Veterinary internal medicine involves treating diseases and disorders of animals' internal systems.
Our veterinarians bring exceptional experience to bear in the diagnosis and treatment of challenging and common internal medicine cases, from tumors and endocrine system issues to heart disease.
At Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic, we offer a variety of diagnostic tools and treatments for pets in Middlesex.
We can manage patients with multiple diseases or disorders, and provide effective treatment alternatives for those who do not respond well to standard procedures.
If your pet is exhibiting symptoms of an internal condition, your vet will conduct a comprehensive physical exam of your pet to diagnose the issue and create a detailed treatment plan customized to their needs.
Our veterinarians diagnose and treat ailments in the following areas:
Like people, dogs and cats can suffer from heart diseases and disorders. With the technology in our in-house vet lab, our vets can examine your pet for signs of heart conditions so that you have results quickly. Fast results mean starting treatment sooner.
If our vets aren't able to diagnose or treat your dog or cat's heart condition as part of our regular cardiology checks, we will be sure to forward you to a Board Certified Internal Medicine Vet near Middlesex. We will work with this specialist to give your pet the best possible care.
Our team of veterinary professionals at Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic in Middlesex understands the financial investment and personal commitment that go into breeding companion animals properly. If your animal is experiencing reproductive difficulties, our vets will work to diagnose the issue and offer appropriate treatment options to help resolve the problem.
Your pet's immune system is what is responsible for detecting foreign invaders and abnormal cells and starting action to protect your companion from these infections. However, your pet's immune system doesn't always work how it should. In cases like this, they will be diagnosed with an immune-mediated disorder.
Common immune-mediated disorders in dogs and cats include anemia, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, hypothyroidism, allergies, and skin diseases.
Your pet's respiratory system does the essential work of delivering oxygen to the body and eliminating waste gases such as carbon dioxide. Because dogs and cats don't sweat the way people do, your pet's respiratory system also plays a key role in regulating body temperature.
There are a number of pulmonary disorders commonly seen in dogs, from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to pneumonia, lung tumors and distemper.
Common pulmonary disorders in cats include asthma, bronchitis, parasitic worms, bacterial infections, and viruses.
Gastrointestinal disorders are commonly occurring internal medicine conditions. Our veterinarians are able to treat [SIETWIDE][LOCATION] pets for all manner of health issues affecting your pet's stomach or intestines and their ability to properly digest food and absorb its nutrients.
Pets suffering from GI problems often experience symptoms such as blood in stool, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, gas, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, and weight loss.
Cancer is a disease that can impact even the fittest humans and animals. When diagnosed in the earliest stages, in many cases cancers in dogs and cats can be treated with a combination of surgeries, therapies, and other methods.
Some of the most common cancers in dogs include mast cell tumors, melanoma, lymphoma, and bone cancer. In cats, some of the most common cancers include lymphoma, mammary cancer, and skin cancer.
If your pet requires diagnosis or cancer care beyond the scope of our skilled veterinarians, we will refer you to a veterinary oncology specialist near Middlesex.
Veterinary internal medicine also covers urology conditions such as urinary tract infections (UTIs) in dogs and feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) in cats.
Your pet's urinary tract consists of their kidneys, the tubes that carry urine to the bladder, the bladder, and the urethra that conducts urine out of your animal's body. Urinary tract disorders can affect any part of this system.
Essential hormones are secreted into your pet's body thanks to the hard work of a number of glands. These glands and hormones are your pet's endocrine system. When your pet's endocrine system isn't working the way it should, symptoms can include skin problems and poor coat condition.
Neurology is a branch of veterinary internal medicine covering conditions of the brain and spinal cord as well as neuromuscular dysfunction. Some of the most common neurological disorders in dogs and cats include seizures, IVDD, and tumors.
If your animal requires diagnoses or care for neurologic conditions that are beyond the scope of our experienced veterinarians, we will be happy to refer you to an animal internal medicine specialist or veterinary neurologist near Middlesex. Our vets will work closely with your specialist to ensure that your pet receives the best treatment possible.
Your pet's health is our absolute highest priority.
If your companion requires a procedure or any expertise that we aren't able to offer them, we are more than happy to refer you to an experienced veterinary internal medicine specialist in the Middlesex area.
We support our comprehensive approach to cat and dog internal medicine with advanced testing, imaging and other diagnostic procedures.
Our in-house veterinary laboratory is equipped with the tools and technologies we need in order to diagnose your pet's internal medical issues both quickly and accurately so that treatment can bein as soon as possible.
Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.