Internal Medicine Detectives for Your Furry Friends
Internal medicine for your pet is a lot like detective work. The Pet Detectives of Animal Care Center solve the puzzle to help your pet get well as quickly as possible. They search for internal illnesses and organ diseases. People are often surprised to learn that animals need internal medicine doctors.
Following the Clues to Good Health
The best care for your pet includes regular checkups to help the doctors follow the clues to any internal health problems early and develop a treatment plan. We screen for cancer and carefully monitor your pet’s internal and digestive health, including fatty liver disease and worms.
Cats and dogs suffer many of the same internal health problems as humans. Poor diet and lack of exercise can lead to pet diabetes, obesity, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular issues, and heart conditions. Certain breeds are more prone to having breed-specific health problems.
Using internal medical technology, the internists can look inside your pet’s body. Ultrasound and endoscopy allow the vet team to diagnose and treat the diseases the naked eye cannot see.
With years of experience, Dr. Williams and his team know precisely what clues to look for. They will explain preventative steps you can take at home to protect your pet from unforeseen health problems and inform you of those breed-specific clues to your pet’s health. Dr. Williams and his internal team have helped diagnose and develop treatment plans for many pet owners and their furry friends from all over Smyrna, Georgia, and nearby communities.
Choose animal doctor Otto Williams, DVM, for the latest internal veterinary medicine and treatment.
Serving furry patients coming to us from Smyrna, Austell, Cumberland, Mableton, and Marietta… Call us at 770.438.2694 or use our convenient online Request an Appointment form to schedule your visit.