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A recurring health problem in pets that doesn’t go away with conventional medicine can be scary for any pet owner. Internal medicine provides veterinarians with the opportunity to dig deeper into a pet’s body and find out what’s wrong through x-ray images, lab results, medical history, and more. In its most basic terms, internal medicine is a branch of veterinary medicine that involves the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect various internal organ systems of animals such as the endocrine, genitourinary, respiratory, gastrointestinal, immune, lymphatic, and renal systems. 

Your Pets Vets offers a diverse range of internal medicine services that help manage these conditions through medications, exercise, and nutritional counseling. Our team is familiar with all internal organ systems in pets and how they function together to maintain their overall health.


Internal medicine typically involves non-invasive diagnosis and treatments for all pets. Veterinarians work with pet owners to provide the best possible care for the patient based on their conditions. We provide non-invasive care for the following health issues:

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Our team is highly skilled in operating advanced medical equipment that detects all types of severe or chronic symptoms that deteriorate a pet’s health. Through the use of medical technologies seen in digital radiology and other specialities, veterinarians can look inside a pet’s entire body, their organs, and their functions. Depending on the diagnosis, some specialists may take a quick biopsy without your pet needing to undergo surgery. We promise to take your pet’s comfort and safety into consideration throughout each procedure, and keep their wellbeing as our primary goal.

Some pets may have health problems or surgical treatment that require them to stay overnight at a veterinary hospital to undergo in-patient treatment. Our team at Your Pets Vets ensures that each pet receives first-rate in-patient care that closely monitors their overall health as they heal from their ailments. While receiving our in-patient care services, your pet will also be given medications, fluids, attention, and other quality accommodations that help maintain their health throughout their stay. 

We understand that being away from home and loved ones can be really stressful for a pet. It’s for this reason we place careful attention to making their experience at our facility a positive one. This includes feeding, talking, and taking pets out for walks as needed. Pet owners can be assured that our team will give their beloved animals the loving care they deserve.


We administer medications, fluids, antibiotics, and other in-patient care to pets of varying health conditions, including patients who’ve undergone soft tissue surgery. During your pet’s stay, our team will keep a close eye on their health, making sure they remain stable until they’re able to go back home to you. Your pets will enjoy our relaxed environment, friendly veterinary staff, and the quality care we provide.

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We do everything in our power to make every pet feel at home while they recover. While pets stay overnight, we make sure to update owners on their pet’s status, recent activities, care, and other relevant information they need. We also continue to maintain this line of communication after your pet is discharged to ensure that they’re healing properly. You will be able to discuss any questions or concerns about your pet’s healing process with our veterinarians and staff.

Sometimes, a pet that looks healthy can be suffering from serious health issues that a physical exam can’t detect. A full-service laboratory is one of the key factors that has saved the lives of countless animals. From fecal exams to blood count, a laboratory typically offers dozens of effective lab tests that can easily diagnose your pet’s health problems. At Your Pets Vets, we maintain a functioning full-service laboratory equipped with a trained veterinary staff to produce accurate lab results. 

Emergencies can mean life or death for many pets, and we ensure that every pet’s test results are readily available for complete analysis. As part of our lab service, we also perform pre-anesthetic and wellness tests before your pet goes into surgery. These tests give veterinarians a wide scope of your pet’s health status and sets a standard for future treatments.


Most diseases in pets can be effectively treated or cured if diagnosed early. In many ways, lab testing serves as the main ingredient in your pet’s overall wellbeing. With early detection, various potential life-threatening diseases can be resolved before they worsen. Our laboratory technicians gather important information about your pet through the following tests:

Not every pet needs to undergo each lab test. Our veterinarians will recommend certain lab tests to further check your pet’s health, but final approval is reserved to the owner.

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Based on your pet’s individual needs and your budget, a veterinarian will be able to help you determine which lab test to prioritize first. Remember that lab tests are an investment that can highly benefit your pet in the long run. Through proper lab work, your pet’s health is safeguarded from infectious diseases and ensures that they live long and happy lives by your side.

Your pet’s health is a goal we highly prioritize in every care we provide. For this reason, we offer every pet with a complete wellness care that implements quality plans to monitor all temporary and ongoing medical conditions. Our team at Your Pets Vets values your time and input in helping us determine the best wellness plan for your pet, regardless of their specific condition. 

Through this collaborative effort, we hope to contribute to your pet’s health and minimize cost of care. We highly recommend regularly scheduling and bringing your pet in for routine wellness exams, vaccinations, laboratory tests, and essential medications that keep your pet in optimal health.

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Annual wellness exams should be a key part of your pet’s health routine. If your pet is in their senior age or has a medical condition, we recommend making more vet visits throughout the year. A pet’s wellness will typically include:

If you have any concerns about your pet’s health or behavior, make sure to keep us informed. We are here to help your pet live a long and happy life with you, and we are willing to help you understand your pet’s breed, the importance of vaccinations and annual exams, and how your pet’s needs change over time.

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At Your Pet’s Vets, we firmly advocate for preventive wellness care that achieves the best results of your pet’s wellbeing. In every wellness care program, regular physical exams are the key step to ensuring your pet will stay by your side for a long time. We highly encourage you to help us achieve our goal in keeping your pet healthy and thriving for years to come through routine exams and follow-ups!

Many pets live longer, fulfilling lives due to the existence of vaccines. However, even in today’s health-conscious world, various infectious diseases still threaten the health and wellbeing of your pet, especially if they’re unvaccinated. Vaccines, along with regular physical exams, are highly important preventative care measures that protect your pet from deadly diseases. Once your pet receives a vaccine via injection, the process of immunization against these pathogens can begin. 

Although vaccinations are highly effective, it’s critical for pet owners to remain consistent with their pet’s vaccinations, including the type they need, to lower their risk of exposure. Some pets, for instance, may require additional vaccines beyond the core set of vaccinations that are administered to all pets. Vaccine recommendations will also undergo changes throughout your pet’s lifespan. To learn more about what vaccines your pet will need, consult with a veterinarian.


Your pet’s vaccination depends on their age, size, species, and other key factors. Your location will also determine which infections your pet is at risk of. Core vaccines, which are recommended for pets at an early age include:



Your pet may receive additional vaccines based on their risk of exposure and lifestyle. For dogs, they may receive vaccinations for Leptospirosis, Bordetella bronchiseptica, and Lyme disease. For cats, these may include vaccines for feline leukemia virus, Bordetella, and feline immunodeficiency virus. Sometimes, these vaccines are given in a combination to avoid giving extra injections to your pet. A licensed veterinarian will be able to best advise you on the appropriate vaccines your pet needs for their lifestyle.

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There are differing opinions on the amount of vaccinations a pet should receive on a yearly basis. Some owners may decide to subject their pets through a titer test, which measures a pet’s immunity levels against diseases, before determining their pet’s vaccinations schedule. 

In the case of rabies, titer tests are not an option, and vaccination against the rabies virus is mandated by law. While we understand that every pet is unique, it’s well worth placing your pet on a vaccine program that works best for them, whether it’s yearly or not. A healthy pet will be able to thrive and provide you with fierce loyalty and love.

Pet emergencies can happen when you least expect it. As a pet owner, it’s crucial to have a veterinary facility that can provide for all your pet’s needs at any time of the day. Your Pets Vets is proud to be a team of veterinary professionals that strive beyond regular care standards to accommodate your pet. We know how challenging and stressful it can be to make health decisions when your pet is sick.

For this reason, our primary goal is to make sure that our specialty care services are accurate and smooth, following a step-by-step process that leads to a healthy recovery in your pet. Through our specialty care for pets, we hope to make the healing process a pleasant and happy one for each of our patients so they can reach full health.


As pet lovers, we treat every patient as a member of our family. Our licensed veterinarians and staff are trained to handle all types of medical conditions and cases that require specialized procedures. We ensure to display loving and friendly behavior towards your pet while they undergo specialty services including:

Once your pet undergoes a procedure, our team makes sure to keep you informed on your pet’s progress and what to expect afterwards.

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Our veterinary technicians consist of highly trained professionals with extensive experience in veterinary medicine and care. We work diligently to treat your pet with great respect and care while at our facility. Whether your pet needs intensive care or an annual physical exam, we are always prepared to give them the care they need so that they’re back in your arms.

Soft-tissue surgery refers to any surgical treatment that does not involve the joints or bones. It can range from common procedures like spaying and neutering to more intensive surgeries such as a laparoscopy. Our soft-tissue surgery service is performed by experienced pet surgeons who consult and discuss the intended surgical treatment, its process, and postoperative protocol with pet owners before every procedure. 

If your pet must undergo soft-tissue surgery, our team will strive to use the safest and most effective methods throughout the process. This includes using a safe dosage of anesthesia to help manage your pet’s pain and implementing clean, surgical techniques.


Our soft-tissue surgery service encompasses a broad range of surgeries for pets. Some examples of surgeries we perform at our hospital include:

Our veterinary team will conduct a full physical examination and ask you questions about any sudden changes in their body or behavior. If you notice the following signs, be sure to discuss it with our veterinarian when you bring your pet to Your Pet’s Vets:

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At Your Pets Vets, licensed veterinarians and technicians work together to give your pet the best soft-tissue surgery care possible. Before every procedure, our vets will speak with you about the surgery your pet will need and what happens during and after the treatment. Because every pet’s case is different, our veterinarians will be able to disclose cost variables and estimates based on your pet’s specific needs. We also provide intensive postoperative care and support if needed.

As pets grow older, they require specialized care that can help them face a broad range of health challenges, such as decreased mobility and heart problems. That’s why we at Your Pets Vets believe that quality preventive care is the key to a healthy and fulfilling life during a pet’s golden years. By bringing a senior pet for wellness checkup exam at least twice a year, a pet owner can ensure any underlying health issues are detected early, leading to a quick, responsive treatment that allows your pet to live a longer and happier life. 

Your Pet’s Vets offers patients and their families with an experienced and inclusive approach to senior care. We ensure that all senior pet care needs are met through various preventive measures including the latest treatments in veterinary care.


Senior age in pets will vary depending on their species, size, breed, and other factors. For dogs, the typical senior ages range between 5 to 10 years, while in cats, the “official” senior ages are 11 years and up. Smaller dogs will have longer lifespans than larger breeds, and may not display senile changes until much later. Of course, how a pet ages will mostly depend on certain factors including weight, nutrition, and environment. 

Some pets may start to grow gray hairs as they grow older. Other pets, such as active breeds, may slow down to take more naps. They may not be able to climb on couches the way they used to or perform certain tricks. These signs shouldn’t concern pet owners too much unless they gradually become worse.

Some of these symptoms will require a vet visit:

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It’s vital for pet owners to identify any new symptoms or changes in their pet’s health. Timeliness is of utmost importance in senior care so we recommend taking your senior pet for a full physical examination at least twice a year. During a full exam, we may recommend laboratory testing to gain further insight on a senior pet’s health status. 

Some lab tests we recommend include:

Our veterinary team is dedicated to maintaining the health and happiness of your senior pet as they age. We tailor our care to meet all the specific needs of each pet so they remain content for the rest of their lives.

Nutrition is a vital part of your pet’s daily life and wellbeing, but when it comes to diet, it can vary based on certain factors. For instance, young pets will need key nutrients in their food to help their bodies develop and grow normally. As they grow older, their diets may change to accommodate their individual needs. It’s highly recommended that pet owners consult with a licensed veterinarian about their pet’s nutritional care so their pets can live long and happy lives. 

With nutritional consultation, your pet’s dietary needs become the primary focus with every routine visit you make to your vet. Since every animal is unique, they may require special attention that other pets may not need, and can benefit from diet and feeding guidelines.

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All pets require a healthy, well-balanced diet. Some pets may need a specific dietary regimen to help them live a normal lifestyle. These pets usually have severe medical issues such as:

Other pets that benefit from nutritional consultation include young pets, like kittens and puppies, and senior pets. Some health conditions will also require additional therapies to combat its severity. In the case of obesity, a licensed veterinarian may add physical activity to a pet’s daily schedule to lower their weight.

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Many common diseases in pets are entirely preventable through proper nutrition. Certain therapeutic diets are also effectively in treatments of various diseases. During a nutritional consultation, a licensed veterinarian may review nutritional topics to help determine your pet’s needs including feeding practices, food recommendations, caloric intake, and reading food labels. Every nutritional plan may also be tailored to your pet’s current stage of life, genetic and medical history, age, and species to maintain their optimal health level.

When pets become sick or injured, it can be hard to pinpoint the source of their ailments without exploring what’s underneath. Through digital full-body radiology, veterinarians can diagnose and treat a wide range of health conditions in pets. Our practice produces high-quality x-ray images via the use of digital sensors, rather than traditional film, and provides pets with low exposure to radiation. 

During the procedure, an image-capture device records and shares an image that can be enhanced on a computer screen. Unlike traditional radiology, digital full-body radiology is quick—there is no long wait time to process images as seen before with traditional radiology. An experienced veterinarian will then interpret physical abnormalities or changes within the pet’s body and save the image to the pet’s medical record. We routinely use telemedicine to send our x-rays out to be read and interpreted by a board certified radiologist.


If your pet is not feeling well, an x-ray image can be the first step towards their recovery. X-ray images are often used to detect a number of underlying health issues such as:

Once an x-ray image is interpreted, a veterinarian may discuss what alternatives a pet owner should take next based on their findings.

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There are many advantages that digital full-body radiology offers to pets and their owners. Digital x-rays, for example, provide pets with a quick and painless procedure, lack excessive chemicals to take and process the image, and can be magnified to diagnose the smallest health issues. If a pet moves or an image contains low light exposure, a veterinarian will be able to see these flaws and retake the picture quickly. Digital x-ray’s greater accuracy and faster process time allows veterinarians to give exceptional care and high-quality treatments to pets.