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Internal Medicine

Our cat-loving team will carefully examine your cat from nose to tail before we make a recommendation for further investigation with internal medicine.

Internal Medicine Services at Houston Cat Hospital

If we suspect your cat’s condition is particularly serious or complex, or if our normal diagnostic testing is having trouble finding the issue, an internal medicine exam may be right for your cat. Our veterinarians have received advanced training to understand your cat’s internal organs and how they should function.

An internal medicine exam can help diagnose conditions such as:

  • Autoimmune disorders

  • Endocrine disorders

  • Gastrointestinal diseases

  • Infectious diseases

  • Kidney or bladder issues

  • Respiratory diseases

Our goal at Houston Cat Hospital is to be a one-stop shop for all of your cat’s health needs. Our unique experience in feline health helps us identify health conditions specific to cats. We routinely see referrals from other local veterinarians and we are proud to use our in-depth knowledge to help local cat owners.

How We Properly Diagnose Your Cat

Many of the diseases or conditions listed above can be difficult to diagnose without further testing. Our Houston veterinarians will do everything they can to make sure your cat is properly tested and examined. We will use all of the tools at our disposal to zero in on their specific condition. Once we pin down a diagnosis, we will work with you to ensure your cat gets the care and attention they need in order to treat their condition quickly and effectively.

When you bring your cat into Houston Cat Hospital for an internal medicine exam, we will examine your cat from nose to tail, leaving no paw unturned. We will also review your cat’s medical history and ask you questions about your cat’s health. We believe it is important to collaborate with you on your cat’s medical treatment since you know your cat best.

If you have any questions about the examination process, your cat’s diagnosis, or their prognosis, do not hesitate to ask. We are devoted cat lovers ourselves, and we understand how scary a chronic condition can be. Our goal is to make sure you and your cat feel safe and comfortable under our care.