Despite our best efforts at preventing disease, dogs and cats sometimes need more than preventative care.
When a pet doesn’t seem to be doing quite right, it’s important to find and address the root cause of the problem.
Illnesses of internal body systems, like diabetes mellitus, pancreatitis, heart, and renal disease require knowledge of internal medicine, advanced diagnostics and pathology, and of course a thoughtful selection of the treatment plan that will keep your pet healthy and preserve their quality of life.
Dogs and cats can develop a cardiac disease similar to, and also very different from, humans. They can have congenital abnormalities that they are born with, or develop diseases like heart murmurs or congestive heart failure. Our veterinarians understand that your pet is a member of the family and the importance of keeping them healthy for as long as possible.
However, often it is difficult to evaluate our companion pet’s heart function with just visual observations. The veterinarians at Wagly are highly trained to detect abnormalities in cardiovascular function by pairing their cardiac auscultation skills with our advanced diagnostic imaging such as digital radiographs and ultrasound (echocardiogram-usually performed by a specialist brought in so all diagnostics can be done in house!).
If you have noticed that your pet exhibits symptoms of exercise intolerance, coughing, or any other clinical sign that is out of the ordinary, please contact us for the next available appointment.
Vomiting and diarrhea put a damper in everyone’s day. Food sensitivities, a dietary exploration gone wrong, or infection can all result in an irritated gastrointestinal system. Wagly is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic tools such as ultrasound, radiography, and point-of-care laboratory tests that can identify the problem and get your pet back into tip-top shape.
We also carry a wide array of prescription diets to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of food allergies and other digestive disorders. If your pet is currently experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms, please give us a call to schedule an appointment or request an appointment online.
Our veterinary professionals are trained in this complex area and have access to state of the art diagnostic equipment, such as an in-house laboratory and imaging center. To implement the treatment plan, they may prescribe pharmaceuticals perform surgical procedures, and of course, advise you as a pet parent on how to provide your pet with the best possible care. Give us a call to learn more or request an appointment online today!