Internal Medicine

Here at Windsor Park Veterinary Clinic, our Veterinarians have decades of experience in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of internal diseases. For more complex cases, we work closely with specialists to determine the best course of action for your pet. Your pet’s health always comes first!

The first step to diagnosing any illness will be a thorough examination performed by our Veterinarians. We have a plethora of tools and equipment available, like digital x-ray imaging, ultrasound and an in-house lab, to aid our Doctors in their diagnoses.

Examples of Internal Veterinary Medicine:

vet listening to cat's heartrate

  • Cardiology (conditions of the heart)
  • Endocrinology (glandular and metabolic conditions, like diabetes)
  • Gastroenterology (conditions of the gastrointestinal system, gallbladder, and liver)
  • Hematology (blood disorders)
  • Infectious Disease (parasitic, fungal, viral and bacterial infections)
  • Nephrology (disease of the kidneys)
  • Neurology (disease and condition of the brain)
  • Pulmonology (lung and respiratory conditions)
  • Rheumatology (joint and musculoskeletal conditions, like arthritis)

Signs That Your Pet May Need an Internal Medicine Consultation:

  • Your pet has developed a persistent cough that is not improving
  • Your pet is experiencing increased thirst, and/or frequent urination
  • Your pet is experiencing chronic vomiting or diarrhea
  • Your pet seems lethargic or listless
  • Your pet has developed a rash, hives, or sores on their body
  • Your pet is noticeably scratching more often
  • Your pet is experiencing abnormal discharge from eyes, nose, skin, or genitalia
  • Your pet has increased appetite but seems to be losing weight
  • Your pet has very little to no appetite
  • Your pet is having difficulty or hesitancy walking, limps, or seems to drag their paws when walking
  • Your pet wheezes or seems to have difficulty breathing
  • Your pet isn’t active and doesn’t seem to enjoy their usual activities, like playing or going to the park
  • Your pet is so active or overstimulated that they seem restless and have difficulty sleeping
  • Your pet is suddenly aggressive or their personality has drastically changed

If you’re concerned your pet is experiencing any of the symptoms above, please reach out to us via phone call, text or email. We will respond to your concerns as soon as possible. 


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Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Saturday, Sunday


Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday