Internal Medicine

a cat looking out the window

So, your cat was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, and your veterinarian is recommending radioactive iodine. What is it? Is it effective? Is it painful? Dr. Arnon Gal, a small animal internal medicine specialist at the University…
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[cat with a toy]

Diabetic Dogs and Cats Needed for Microbiome Study

January 04, 2021

Eligible Animals Receive Free Insulin During the Study [row][column size=”6″] Veterinarians at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine are looking for dogs and cats that have been diagnosed with diabetes to investigate a…
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[black cat in a kitchen]

Cats with FeLV and FIV Can Live Normal Lives

June 03, 2019

Communication between owner and vet is vital Two acronyms that can be confusing to cat owners are FeLV and FIV. FeLV stands for feline leukemia virus, and FIV is feline immunodeficiency virus. Although caused by…
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[two puppies outside]

Parvovirus: It’s Not Just for Puppies

May 27, 2019

Parvovirus Is Everywhere; Vaccinate Your Dog Parvovirus, commonly known as “parvo,” is a contagious virus that can be very serious and even fatal in dogs. Dr. Jennifer Reinhart, a small animal internal medicine specialist at…
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[kitten plays with a ball of yarn]

Help! My Pet Swallowed a —!

February 04, 2018

A ‘foreign body’ may pose a medical emergency Animals are very curious creatures. But, as the old adage goes, curiosity can be deadly, or at least dangerous. So it is with animals that swallow things…
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