Advanced Animal Health
Our board certified surgeons provide the highest level of surgical care for orthopedic and soft tissue procedures. Working closely with family veterinarians, we offer an integrated and comprehensive approach.
WestVet’s Animal Cancer Treatment Center offers the services and expertise of our board certified small animal oncologists. Our compassionate and highly-trained team provides diagnostic and treatment services.
With the expertise of Idaho’s only board certified small animal cardiologist, our Veterinary Cardiology Center can effectively diagnose, treat, and manage cardiac and respiratory diseases in companion animals.
An internal medicine specialist provides advanced medicine for diseases affecting the kidneys and urinary tract, abdomen, lungs, thoracic, and treats immune-mediated diseases. Often their expertise is called on to confirm a diagnosis or develop new treatment options.
Pets with allergies, skin diseases, rashes, parasites, and/or hair loss receive comprehensive care from our board certified small animal dermatologist. We utilize a collaborative approach with other WestVet specialists and our on-site pathologists to diagnose and treat your pet.
Our Veterinary Physiotherapy Center develops customized rehabilitation programs that help restore mobility, reduce pain, and improve a pet’s quality of life. Our compassionate and highly-trained team provides hydrotherapy and hyperbaric oxygen treatments.
In the WestVet Dentistry & Oral Surgery Center, our board certified veterinary dentist colloaborates with your family vet to treat chronic mouth infections, traumatic injuries, congenital deformities, and jaw or mouth structure problems.
The Animal Vision Center team is dedicated to providing the highest level of ocular care in the industry. We offer individualized care and support as well as open, collaborative communication with your family vet.
A leader in the field of feline behavior and medicine serves cat owners right here. If you are experiencing problematic behavior or medical issues, including Feline Interstitial Cystitis (FIC) and Feline Hyperthyroidism, WestVet has the cat doctor for you.
PET EDUCATION & RESOURCE BLOG
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