Patton Chapel Animal Clinic is fully equipped to provide the best pet internal medicine in Hoover. When your pet is feeling under the weather, it cannot communicate what is causing its discomfort. Some illnesses and source of pain can be more complex, needing a specialist in the field of pet internal medicine. This veterinary specialty deals with serious conditions and illnesses through diagnosis and treatment. Pet internal medicine can include oncology, endocrinology, respiratory diseases, cardiology, neurology, hematology, Urology or nephrology along with most infectious diseases.
Dr. Jennifer Buird has a special interest in veterinary internal medicine. She and the staff of Patton Chapel Animal Clinic vow to treat your pet with special care.
Internal medicine services at Patton Chapel Animal Clinic can help diagnose and then provide care for your pet if they suffer from conditions such as Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease, canine hypothyroidism, diabetes and feline hyperthyroidism. Our Doctors and our staff can also provide the best of care for your pet’s gastrointestinal disorders along with blood disorders, immune deficiencies, as well as bladder, trachea, bronchi and lung conditions.
Finding out that your precious pet is afflicted with a debilitating disease or condition such as heart trouble or cancer can be devastating, but Dr. Whitworth and our staff realize that your pet is a member of your family. We are dedicated to finding out all possible answers, a definitive diagnosis, and the appropriate treatment plan. Some pets may even be faced with multiple health issues may be recommended in order keep an illness from reoccurring and a new illness developing.
We know how important your pet is to you. Our passion at Patton Chapel Animal Clinic is to provide all pets in Hoover and Vestavia areas with high-quality care. We want your pet to be as healthy as possible regardless of their age. And when your pet is suffering from a distressing disease or condition, we will not stop until we find the answers you need to provide a longer, happier life for your precious pet companion.