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Specialty Care at the Small Animal Hospital

Anesthesiology

The Anesthesia service offers 24 hour a day support to all patients requiring anesthesia and pain management at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.  Besides clinical teaching, our boarded anesthesiologists have special interests including veterinary anesthesia and pain management research, equine anesthetic recovery and anesthesia, and pain management with exotic animals.

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Behavioral Medicine

The Animal Behavior Clinic is associated with the Center for the Human-Animal Bond. At the Animal Behavior Clinic, we use methods based on scientific principles to efficiently change troublesome animal behaviors. We want to work with you and your pet because changing behaviors saves pets’ lives and enhances the human-animal relationships.

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Cardiology

Our services are available to patients referred by veterinarians in private practice.  Following a referral from your veterinarian, you may schedule an appointment for your animal by calling our reception staff at (765) 494-1107 between 8am and 5pm Monday thru Friday. 

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Dentistry

Our services are available to patients referred by veterinarians in private practice. Following a referral from your veterinarian, you may schedule an appointment for your animal by calling our reception staff at (765) 494-1107 between 8am and 5pm Monday thru Friday. 

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Dermatology

Our services are available to patients referred by veterinarians in private practice.  Following a referral from your veterinarian, you may schedule an appointment for your animal by calling our reception staff at (765) 494-1107 between 8am and 5pm Monday thru Friday. 

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Internal Medicine

The Small Animal Internal Medicine service offers comprehensive diagnostic testing and treatment options for dogs and cats.  Our team is comprised of faculty members in medicine (board-certified specialists with many years of clinical experience), residents (graduate veterinarians who are training to become internal medicine specialists), interns (graduate veterinarians in an earlier phase of post-graduate training than residents), fourth-year veterinary students (veterinarians-in-training in their final year of veterinary school), experienced registered veterinary technicians (nurses), and students in our veterinary technology program.  

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Diagnostic Imaging

The Imaging Department at the Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital strives to be at the forefront of imaging technology.  We have 5 faculty radiologists who are board certified Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and we have five registered veterinary technicians/medical technologists. 

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Neurology

Our neurology services treats patients with medical illness affecting the brain, spinal cord, and nerves and surgical conditions such as disc herniation, spinal fractures, and brain tumors. 

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Oncology

The Purdue Oncology service will see dogs and cats with any cancer.  There is a special interest in canine urinary, bladder cancer, canine bone cancer, and canine prostate cancer.

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Ophthalmology

Our services are available to patients referred by veterinarians in private practice. To schedule an appointment for your animal, please call our small animal reception staff at (765) 494-1107 between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday. Out-patients should expect the visit to take 1.5-3 hours.

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Radiation Oncology

The Radiation Oncology staff consists of a board certified veterinary radiation oncologist and radiation oncology residents in training, as well as technicians who specialize in radiation therapy.

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Small Animal Surgery - Orthopedics

The orthopedic service in the Small Animal Surgery section offers “state of the art” care for animals undergoing diagnosis and treatment at the Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

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Small Animal Surgery - Soft Tissue

The soft tissue section in the Small Animal Surgery section offers “state of the art” care for animals undergoing surgery at the Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

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Theriogenology

Our services are available to patients referred by veterinarians in private practice. Following a referral from your veterinarian, you may schedule an appointment for your animal by calling our reception staff at (765) 494-1107 between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday.

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Exotic Animal Medicine

The Purdue University Small Animal Community Practice provides veterinary care to exotic pets of Tippecanoe County residents as well as faculty, staff, and students of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus.

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