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Charleston Veterinary
Internal Medicine


Charleston Veterinary Internal Medicine is a specialty practice that offers one-on-one consults and advanced diagnostics for when your pet needs extra care. Our goal is to work together to keep your pet as healthy and happy for as long as possible.



  • In-house bloodwork

  • Abdominal ultrasound

  • Advanced diagnostics

  • Diagnosis and management of inflammatory bowel disease, chronic or acute hepatitis, bronchitis/tracheal collapse, asthma, rhinitis, infection diseases (including fungal, tick borne, viral, or bacterial infections), hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, diabetes, fever of unknown origin, blood disorders such as anemia, acute or chronic kidney failure, and many more.

  • Endoscopic biopsies

  • Minimally invasive stomach and esophageal foreign body removal​

  • Bronchoscopy

  • Joint taps

  • Bone marrow aspirates and biopsies


What is a veterinary specialist?

In human medicine, you have a primary care doctor. If there are certain diseases that require further diagnostics or management, they will refer to a specialist. Animals have this option as well. Veterinary specialists complete additional years of training in their speciality.

What is a veterinary internist?

A veterinary internist is a veterinarian that has completed advanced training in the field of internal medicine. In veterinary medicine, an internist is trained in a number of different body systems to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Using history, trends, physical exam findings, and other diagnostics, an internist will help diagnose and manage a range of diseases. 

What do we treat?

Reasons for a referral include, but are not limited to diseases such as: 

  • Inflammatory bowel disease

  • Chronic or acute hepatitis

  • Bronchitis/tracheal collapse

  • Asthma

  • Rhinitis

  • Infection diseases (Including fungal, tick borne, viral, or bacterial infectious)

  • Hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism

  • Diabetes

  • Fever of unknown origin

  • Blood disorders such as anemia

  • Acute or chronic kidney failure

  • And more


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