Internal Medicine


Our veterinarians address all areas of internal medicine, including: cardiology, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, Oncology, and Endocrinology. We have the most modern diagnostic tools available in our office, and we collaborate with specialists who assist on an as needed basis.

Dental Care


Dental health is important to the health of your whole pet. Dental disease can lead to heart disease, organ disease, and bad breath can make your pet an unwelcome member of your family. Regular and professional cleaning is important to maintaining your pet’s teeth! At Kirtland Veterinary Hospital, we use modern and safe ultrasonic cleaning tools to clean each tooth thoroughly, both above and below the gum line. One of our registered veterinary technicians thoroughly cleans your pet’s teeth and closely monitors your pet’s health while under anesthesia. Our veterinarians rely on advanced techniques to correct your pet’s dental disease.

Radiology (X-rays)


Radiographs are valuable diagnostic tools which help our veterinarians evaluate your pet’s internal structures. X-rays help diagnose arthritic changes, gastrointestinal disease, reproductive complications, urinary stones, heart disease, and lung disease. Kirtland Veterinary Hospital offers state of the art digital x-ray. We also have the ability to refer your pet’s x-rays to boarded veterinary radiologists (who specialize exclusively in reading veterinary x-rays) when our veterinarians wish to consult a specialist. Because our X-ray machine is in our office we can have your pet’s radiographs completed in under an hour. Because our radiographs are digital, when we need to refer them to a specialist, we can send them via e-mail and frequently have answers the same day!!

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