Medicine

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Medicine is one of the core services we provide at our veterinary clinic. Most common chronic diseases in pets and short-term sicknesses are treated with medicines or veterinary diets available at our convenient in-house pharmacy. If your animal is sick or not acting like their normal, happy self, schedule an appointment at our clinic. We provide comprehensive diagnostic services to properly identify the best treatment methods, and will teach you how to properly care for and administer medication for your pet.
 

Below is a list of some of the more common conditions we see and treat:                      

    • Abscesses
    • Addison’s disease or hypoadrenocorticism
    • Anemia
    • Arthritis, degenerative joint disease or DJD
    • Bacterial, yeast, or fungal infections including ringworm
    • Broken bones or fractures
    • Cancer
    • Cognitive dysfunction or “doggy Alzheimer’s”
    • Cushing’s disease or hyperadrenocorticism
    • Dermatology or skin diseases such as allergies, atopy, hot spots, or pyoderma
    • Diabetes
    • Diarrhea caused by things such as intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, coccidia, or giardia, bacterial imbalances or bacterial overgrowth, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPI, and inflammatory bowel disease or IBD
    • Ear infections or otitis, ear mites, and hematomas
    • Entertitis, gastroenteritis, colitis (stomach or intestinal diseases)
    • Eye diseases such as corneal ulcers, meibomian gland adenomas, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, cataracts, keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) or dry eye
    • Feline lower urinary tract disease or FLUTD
    • Heart conditions such as dilated cardiomyopathy, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, murmurs, congestive heart failure, and mitral or tricuspid valve insufficiency
    • Cat Hyperthyroidism
    • Dog Hypothyroidism
    • Immune mediated diseases such as immune mediated anemia or IMHA and lupus
    • Infections
    • Cat Kidney disease or chronic renal failure
    • Limping or lameness caused by things such as torn cruciate ligaments (ACLs), patella luxation, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)
    • Liver or gall bladder disease including portosystemic shunts, cirrhosis, hepatitis, and biliary mucocele
    • Masses, lumps, skin tags, or fatty deposits
    • Obesity and weight management
    • Pancreatitis
    • Seizures or epilepsy
    • Tick borne illnesses such as Lyme, Ehrlichia, or Anaplasma
    • Urinary tract disease including infections, bladder stones, bladder polyps, urinary incontinence, vaginitis, urinary tract obstruction
    • Vomiting
    • Weight loss or weight gain


These signs indicate that your pet may include changes in behavior, changes in thirst or appetite, changes in activity, changes urination or defecation, or changes in weight. 

If you’d like your pet to be seen, call us today at 763-559-7387 to schedule a veterinary appointment.

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12624 Bass Lake Road
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Located just east of highway 494 on Bass Lake Road,
behind Culver's.

Communities We Serve:

Plymouth, Maple Grove, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Osseo, Corcoran, Champlin, New Hope, Minnetonka, Minneapolis, Rogers, Robbinsdale and Golden Valley, Minnesota (MN).