Veterinary Internal Medicine in Highland, Indiana

Once your pet has been diagnosed with a serious disease or medical condition, the veterinarians at Cooley Animal Clinic in Highland, Indiana will begin treating your dog or cat with the best possible action plan. Whether your dog or cat is suffering from cancer, diabetes or heart disease, our veterinarians will provide advance treatment options and plans that best fit your pets care needs. Contact our animal clinic in Highland, IN at 219-924-3877 for the best veterinary care available.
 
 

Internal Medicine Treatment:

 
 

Cancer

More information coming soon

Endocrine Disease

At Cooley Animal Clinic we are very experienced in diagnosing and treating various endocrine problems such as:
 
  • Diabetes (Insipidus & Mellitus)
  • Cushing's Disease (Hyperadrenocorticism)
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Hypertension
 
  • Hypogonadism
  • Obesity
  • Addison's Disease (Hypoadrenocorticism)
  • And More!
 
 
The initial exam is key in picking up on the symptoms of these disorders. The next step usually involves urine and blood tests. After your pet has been diagnosed, all of your questions will be addressed and a treatment plan will be outlined by one of our veterinary internal medicine specialists. Call 219-924-3877 to schedule an appointment for your pets endocrine disease treatment.
 

Ultrasound

At Cooley Animal Clinic, we have experienced technicians from Lafayette, Indiana come to us if an ultrasound is needed. It will be done right in our clinic! The images are then digitally transmitted to a board certified radiologist and a report is usually emailed to our clinic in 24 to 36 hours. Please call our clinic in Highland, IN at 219-924-3877 if you have any questions about our ultrasound services!

Endoscopy

We routinely use our scope to remove objects that have been swallowed and are trapped in the stomach. An Endoscopy scope is also used to take biopsies of the:
 
  • Stomach
  • Small Intestine
  • Large Intestine
 
  • Upper & Lower Gastrointestinal Tracts
  • Esophagus
 
 
 
 
The scope enables the veterinarian to see inside of your pet. It looks like a long, skinny, flexible black hose and can be inserted through the mouth or the rectum. We often take referrals from other animal clinics in Highland, IN and the surrounding areas for endoscopy.
 
For a full list of our internal medicine services or to schedule an appointment for your dog or cat, call our animal clinic in Highland, Indiana at 219-924-3877.