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Waldorf Emergency Care offers 24- hour emergency animal care for a wide variety of animals, including dogs, cats, farm animals and pocket pets. Whether your pet has been poisoned, struck by a vehicle or is in an urgent state of need for urgent medical services due to another reason, we focus on stabilizing and treating sick and injured animals.
Dr. Kenneth Fox
Dr. Elton Vyfhuis
Dr. Andrew Walther
Dr. Emily Bowers
Dr. Nancy Mcguire is available by appointment or on an emergency basis. Her days in hospital are Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and in addition, she can be called in on an emergency basis.
Endocrinology - Diabetes mellitus, Cushings
Gastroenterology - Vomiting and Diarrhea
Kidney Disease - Urology
Immune mediated diseases
Other chronic diseases
Oncology diagnostics and chemotherapy
Ultrasound of the abdomen, thorax, or mass
Endoscopy of the gastrointestinal tract or respiratory tract
Bone marrow biopsy, Tru-cut liver biopsy, other biopsies
Abdominocentesis, Thoracocentesis, Pericardiocentesis, Arthrocentesis
Is one of our most often used diagnostic tools, By using sound waves, we are able to visualize internal organs in great detail, allowing diagnosis of many diseases. It may be used to identify foreign bodies in the intestines. It is often integral in diagnosis liver, splenic, renal, urinary, and intestinal diseases. Ultrasound is also used to assist in biopsies.
We routinely use endoscopy to visualize the gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. Common procedures include upper GI studies for vomiting, diarrhea. Colonoscopy is used for chronic diarrhea. Rhinoscopy (nose) and bronchoscopy (lungs) allows visualization of the air ways including the trachea and lungs with lavage.