Cornell University Hospital for Animals

 

Hospital Services


A-Z Service Listing

Companion Animal

    General anesthesia for diagnostic procedures and surgery; pain management.

    Diagnosis and treatment of problems such as aggression, destructiveness, separation anxiety, and elimination problems. Techniques include animal learning, behavior modification, and medication.

    State-of-the-art diagnosis of cardiac abnormalities such as arrhythmias, implantation of cardiac pacemakers, repair of cardiac defects (surgically and by internal cardiac catheterization).

    General care including surgery for local dogs and cats, run by the fourth-year students supervised by faculty.

    Diagnosis and treatment of general diseases of the mouth, cervical line lesions where enamel and teeth have been eroded, fractured teeth requiring extractions, broken teeth requiring root canal therapy, and preventive cleanings.

    Diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up care for animals with skin disease or skin problems that are commonly caused by allergies, parasites, infections, or hormonal imbalances.

    The hospital is equipped to receive and treat medical emergencies around-the-clock.

    A multidisciplinary approach to medical and surgical care for a diversity of privately owned, nondomestic reptiles, birds, and small mammals; zoo animals; and native wildlife.

    Diagnostic imaging procedures for dogs, cats, birds and other exotic species. Our equipment includes both computed and digital radiography acquisition devices, multiple fluoroscopy systems, multiple ultrasound units, a 16-slice computed tomography scanner, a 1.5 T MRI scanner and planar nuclear medicine system.

    Diagnosis and treatment of serious health problems including metabolic diseases such as diabetes; infectious diseases; and endocrine, hematological, gastrointestinal, liver, renal, and respiratory disorders.

    Management of brain, spinal cord, nerve, and muscle problems that can result in a variety of conditions, including epilepsy, concussions, ruptured discs, spinal cord injuries, head trauma, and brain tumors.

    Quality nutrition is a valuable component of healthy pet care. Our expertise can assist you to develop healthy dietary habits for your companion as well as to develop a nutritional regimen that will help to improve the quality of life for pets diagnosed with a specific medical problem.

    A team approach to detect and treat complex cancers in dogs and cats. Depending on the diagnosis, the care plan may involve cancer specialists, surgeons, medical oncologists, diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists, and other professionals. Radiation therapy, chemotherapy, surgery. Supportive care such as nutritional counseling and pain management.

    Diagnosis and treatment of problems of the eye, including state-of-the-art cataract removals.

    The Orthopedic Surgery Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals treats dogs and cats with injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

    Genetic testing in canine and feline pediatric and adult patients.

    The Theriogenology Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals provides reproductive medicine services for companion animals - primarily dogs - including breeding management, transcervical insemination, semen freezing and infertility examinations.

    Surgery of the abdomen, thorax, and reconstructive surgery using modern surgical techniques that include laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures.

Equine

    General anesthesia for diagnostic procedures and surgery; pain management.

    Diagnosis and treatment of problems such as stud-like anxiety behavior in geldings and foal rejection.

    State-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of cardiac abnormalities and repair of cardiac defects (surgically and by internal cardiac catheterization).

    The Dentistry and Oral Surgery Service offers both routine and advanced dental care for horses.

    Diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up care for animals with skin disease or skin problems that are commonly caused by allergies, parasites, infections, or hormonal imbalances.

    The hospital is equipped to receive and treat medical emergencies around-the-clock.

    Providing clinical service to equine athletes to optimize performance.

    Providing farrier services for hospital and clinic patients, as well as shoeing appointments for horses across the region.

    Diagnostic radiographic procedures for all species. Image intensification systems with digital imaging capability. Ultrasound equipment for abdominal studies and musculoskeletal studies. MRI and computed tomography (CT) for three-dimensional detail of the anatomy. Nuclear imaging for bone scans of the musculoskeletal system to help detect incomplete and stress fractures.

    Diagnoses and provides treatment for a wide range of health conditions including metabolic, infectious, endocrine, hematologic, gastrointestinal, liver, renal and respiratory disorders. Diagnostic techniques, as well as a wide range of minimally-invasive procedures, include ultrasound, cerebrospinal fluid analysis, endoscopy, and gastrostopy.

    Diagnosis and treatment of problems of the eye.

    Leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and disorders. We offer regenerative medicine treatments including stem cells and platelet rich plasma to compliment traditional orthopedic treatments.

    Provides therapies which enhance a horse's natural healing ability to repair injured tissue.

    Provides reproductive medicine services for animals including breeding management, a wide range of assisted reproductive techniques, semen freezing and supervision of high-risk pregnancies, as well as medical and surgical treatment for conditions related to the reproductive system.

    Provides outstanding elective and emergent surgical care for animals with a wide range of medical conditions. Procedures are performed in state-of-the-art surgery suites fully equipped with equipment for both traditional and open surgery and for laparoscopic procedures.

Farm Animal

    State-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of cardiac abnormalities and repair of cardiac defects (surgically and by internal cardiac catheterization).

    The hospital is equipped to receive and treat medical emergencies around-the-clock.

    Diagnoses and provides treatment for a wide range of health conditions including metabolic, infectious, endocrine, hematologic, gastrointestinal, liver, renal and respiratory disorders. Diagnostic techniques, as well as a wide range of minimally-invasive procedures, include ultrasound, cerebrospinal fluid analysis, endoscopy, and gastrostopy.

    Diagnosis and treatment of problems of the eye.

    Leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and disorders. We offer regenerative medicine treatments including stem cells and platelet rich plasma to compliment traditional orthopedic treatments.

    Provides reproductive medicine services for animals including breeding management, a wide range of assisted reproductive techniques, semen freezing and supervision of high-risk pregnancies, as well as medical and surgical treatment for conditions related to the reproductive system.

    Provides outstanding elective and emergent surgical care for animals with a wide range of medical conditions. Procedures are performed in state-of-the-art surgery suites fully equipped with equipment for both traditional and open surgery and for laparoscopic procedures.