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A veterinary ophthalmologist specializes in diseases that may affect your pet’s eye and their vision. In order to become a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist, a veterinarian typically will complete an internship program followed by a residency, which results in a total of 8 to 10 years of post-college medical education. After completion of an ophthalmology residency, […]
Feline hyperthyroidism is one of the most common diseases of older cats, usually due to enlargement of the thyroid gland. The veterinarians of Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine have experience in diagnosing and treating this disease, as well as the effective radioactive iodine or I-131 treatment option. I-131 treatment has advantages over medical and surgical […]
We are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week! No appointment is necessary for emergency visits and ICU services. We have been part of the community for over 40 years and will always be here to help. Our veterinarians are supported by a diverse hospital team of nurses, technicians, handlers and administrators. […]
Rehabilitation is the art of using physical manipulations and therapies rather than drugs to relieve pain, enhance healing, and improve function. Our veterinary rehabilitative plans are specially designed for the individual pet and his or her disease process or disability. The ultimate physical rehabilitation goals for your pet are comfort and his or her ability […]