We're particular about your pet's health

Internal Medicine


Our goal is to provide the very best in veterinary care for your beloved pet!

Montrose Animal Hospital and Pet Hotel is equipped with the knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and treat your pet. Our expert veterinarians and technical staff are able to provide your pet with a range of services covering routine checkups to treatment of long-term disease. Our goal is to keep your pet a healthy and happy member of your family for a long time!

If you believe your pet is sick or “just doesn’t seem like himself”, give us a call. We evaluate each pet’s medical issue individually and thoroughly. Every member of our team is committed to helping you make the very best decisions for your pet’s health and wellness.

We provide all areas of internal medicine, including:

  • Cardiology (hypertension, heart failure)
  • Dermatology
  • Neurology (neurology, stroke, paralysis)
  • Gastroenterology
  • Endocrinology (i.e., diabetes, thyroid disturbances)
  • Critical Care/Urgent Care

Monitored Care of Chronic Conditions

We will monitor your pet closely if he or she is diagnosed with a chronic condition such as diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease or thyroid disease. These diseases can be treated with the most current medical or surgical protocols. When we monitor your pet’s chronic condition, we can recommend potential diets, changes in medications and treatments, and a monitoring schedule. We may also refer your pet to the appropriate specialty service if his or her condition changes or your pet is not responding satisfactorily to the treatments.

Health Signs to Watch for in your Pet

It is common to assume the following signs are a normal part of your dog or cat’s aging process; however, they may indicate underlying disease. If you notice any of these signs in your pet, please give us a call and have your pet evaluated:

  • Lethargy
  • Loss of appetite, Decreased appetite
  • Weight loss/gain
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Increased drinking or urination
  • Inappropriate urination or defecation (indoors)
  • Limping
  • Difficulty rising, walking or climbing stairs
  • Itching
  • Shaking head
  • Foul smelling ears
  • Foul breath
  • Eye or nose discharge
  • Minor cuts
  • Wounds that are not healing
  • Confusion, disorientation, anxiety or changes in sleep patterns
  • New lumps or bumps
  • Any other sudden or progressive change you note in your pet’s attitude or behaviors