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Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Sometimes diagnosing a health issue means piecing together all the information you have about a pet—their lifestyle, medical history, clinical signs, lab results, imaging and testing—to create a clear picture of the problem. At Buffalo Animal Hospital, we have the experience and state-of-the-art technology to assess your pet’s condition as accurately as possible, and to … Read moreInternal Medicine

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

Seeing under the skin–that’s what’s possible with ultrasound technology. Ultrasound is a powerful diagnostic tool that creates a real-time internal image of an animal’s body, giving us important information about the circulatory, skeletal and gastrointestinal systems. When used in conjunction with other diagnostic tools like X-rays, ultrasounds can help identify disease, blockages, skeletal fractures, soft … Read moreUltrasound

Pet Emergency

Pet Emergency

Serious health problems, injuries, and illness require immediate care. When your pet urgently needs to see a veterinarian, Buffalo Animal Hospital offers quality emergency care during business hours. For emergencies outside of business hours or if you are unable to get in touch with us, please contact Texas A&M at 979-845-2351. While we understand you … Read morePet Emergency

Diagnostics

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Early detection is key when it comes to treating your pet, and Buffalo Animal Hospital offers complete in-house diagnostics including ultrasound, an on-site laboratory and digital radiolography (X-ray). This saves time, money, and most importantly, you don’t have to wait overnight for results—meaning your pet gets a diagnosis and needed treatment sooner. Digital Radiology (X-Rays) … Read moreDiagnostics

Ophthalmology

Opthamology

Ophthalmology is the branch of veterinary medicine that concerns diseases and conditions that affect your pet’s vision. This includes diagnosing and treating problems with the structures surrounding the eye such as eyelids, eye socket, and conjunctiva. While routine eye issues can be handled by a general practice veterinarian, there are some conditions that may require … Read moreOphthalmology

Dermatology

Dermatology

The chewing. The scratching. The licking. These behaviors are all too familiar to many pet parents and they can be symptoms of a significant health problem. It could be allergies, an infection, stress or any one of many issues, and it’s important your pet see the vet when these symptoms start to happen. At Buffalo Animal … Read moreDermatology