The Department of General Internal Medicine accepts cats and dogs with various illnesses on a daily basis and refers them for further specialist examinations and treatment as needed. It also accepts animals in need of travel health checks or regular protective vaccinations and can provide advice on the healthcare of cats and dogs.
General internal examinations of cats and dogs
Referrals for specialist examinations and treatment
- Cardiology Department
- Dermatology Department
- Oncology Department
- Diagnostics Department
- Hospital Animal Care Department
- Surgery and Opthalmology Department
- Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department
- Physiotherapy Department
- Chiropractic Department
- Dogs: combination vaccination
- Cats: combination vaccination, feline leukemia vaccination, rabies vaccination
- Determination of titre rabies antibody
Diagnostics and Treatment
- Urinary infections
- Gastrointestinal infections
- Hormonal disorders (defects in the working of the thyroid, adrenal, and sex glands, diabetes, etc.)
- Infectious diseases
- Inhalation treatment of upper respiratory tracts infections in cats and small dogs
- Monitoring cats and dogs with chronic diseases (e.g. epilepsy diabetes)
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- Consultations in collaboration with animal nutrition experts
- Sale of specialised commercial veterinary diet food
- Creating individual diets for animals with special nutritional needs.
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Advice in the field of reproduction
- Determination of sexual cycle stage in bitches
- Determining the optimal mating time of bitches
- Prevention of pregnancy in bitches and dogs
It is not necessary to make an appointment at the Department for General Internal Medicine, however, it is recommended that you call 01 4779 277 prior to non-urgent visits to enquire about the current waiting time.