We are committed to caring for your pet – while maintaining the highest level of safety for our Associates and pet owners. We thank you for your continued patience and support. Learn more about our COVID-19 response and guidelines.
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Veterinary hospitals continue to see an unprecedented level of emergency cases. While our emergency service is currently open and operating, we may need to change to “diversion status” at any time. We ask that you call us at 561-434-5700 prior to coming to our hospital to ensure that we will be able to offer you the high standards of service that you have come to expect. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
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A stent is a tubular support placed inside a blood vessel, canal, or duct to either aid in healing or to relieve an obstruction or narrowing that has occurred in a structure. A stent is sometimes placed to treat collapsed trachea which is often seen in small dogs and restricts breathing. Fluoroscopy is used to guide to placement of a stent because this modality enables veterinarians to see structures in motion, such as food moving through the esophagus and urine flowing through the ureters. Subtle changes in the position of structures may be examined during movement such as the head, neck and joints of the limbs.

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Internal Medicine

Certain diseases and conditions require the care of a doctor who has had specialized, intensive training in internal medicine.

Our Internal Medicine Services

Abdominocentesis
Arthrocentesis
Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL)
Bronchoscopy

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