Veterinary Specialist in Internal Medicine: Hospitalization & Treatment for Morris County Pets

Veterinary Internal Medicine at Community Animal Hospital

Whether your pet is ill, you suspect an injury, or there are signs of age-related concerns, a specialist in internal medicine should be your first choice. Community Animal Hospital is uniquely qualified to provide medical care for small animals, with the advantage of a board-certified specialist in internal medicine heading up our medical team.

When Pets Need Hospitalization

If your pet falls ill and needs to be hospitalized at Community Animal Hospital, you can be confident that he or she will receive state-of-the-art medical care from a team of committed doctors.

Our veterinarians participate in hospital rounds and physical exams every morning, so all of our patients benefit from the combined knowledge and experience of all our doctors. A treatment plan is formed, and well-trained veterinary technicians provide nursing care throughout the day.

If your pet needs intravenous fluids, we use IV fluid pumps to be sure your pet will receive continuous fluid therapy, day and night. Medications are administered by the doctors as well as our most experienced technicians. After hours, for our hospitalized patients, we have doctors and staff on call and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including all holidays.

Your petís comfort is of the highest priority. Healthy patients are not mingled with sick animals. They are separate from our hospitalization ward to minimize noise and stress on our sick patents. We have an isolation ward secured with glass doors to keep patients visible and accessible, but separate from the healthy animals.

Your pet is kept comfortable in a large cage with a cozy blanket, food, and water. Our canine patients are walked at least three to four times daily, depending on each petís need. Our technicians take pride in giving our patients extra TLC.

Our specialty is our exceptional careócontact Community Animal Hospital to schedule your appointment today.

Meet Warren Davis, DVM, Dip ACVIM

Dr. Warren Davis is the owner of Community Animal Hospital and is board certified in internal medicine. He is one of the few board-certified internal medicine veterinary specialists in Morris County.

Dr. Davis has advanced studies in endocrine, urinary tract, and immune-mediated diseases. In addition, he serves as a consultant to local veterinarians and a national laboratory. Read his complete biography on the veterinarians page of our website.

“Animals are not property or ‘things’ but rather living organisms‚ subjects of a life‚ who are worthy of our compassion‚ respect‚ friendship‚ and support.” ~ Marc Bekoff‚ Minding Animals

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921 Route 53, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 • Directions • 973.267.4220

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