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The Internal Medicine Service at the Cummings School's Foster Hospital for Small Animals is led by faculty who are board-certified in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Supporting them are trained technicians, interns, residents, students and staff within a state-of-the-art facility for providing diagnosis and advanced patient care.

The service handles a variety of clinical cases. Dogs and cats—approximately 95% of the caseload—range from  client owned pets to working dogs, from newborn kittens and puppies to geriatric cats and dogs. Our clinicians treat problems of the internal organ systems, including respiratory (pneumonia), neurological, gastrointestinal (vomiting, diarrhea), renal (kidney), infectious diseases, disease of the liver (from congenital shunts to chronic inflammation) and other conditions that need medical attention.

We can provide intensive care for around-the-clock observation and treatment of critical patients. Some of the special procedures that can be performed include dialysis for acute kidney injury, laser lithotripsy for bladder stones, laparascopic liver biopsy, collagen injections for urinary incontinence, coil placement for liver shunts, gastrointestinal endoscopy, dietary consultation and obesity management, bronchoscopy and pulmonary function testing, rhinoscopy, and interventional procedures such as stent placement for collapsing trachea or nasopharygeal stenosis.

Our ability to interact with all the other specialties including board certified pathologists, radiologists and nutritionalists give us the ability to handle even the most difficult cases and to provide the most comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plans.

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Our Doctors in Internal Medicine

  • Colleen Marie Bourque
    Colleen Marie Bourque
    Resident, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Emmanuelle Butty
    Emmanuelle Butty
    Urology/Nephrology Fellow, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Carson Campbell
    Carson Campbell
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Lauren A. Carvalho
    Lauren A. Carvalho
    Resident, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Lilian Cornejo
    Lilian Cornejo
    Clinical Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine
  • Claire L. Fellman
    Claire L. Fellman
    Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine (Small Animal) / Clinical Pharmacology
  • Gabrielle S Fontes
    Gabrielle S Fontes
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Sara Nicole Huebner
    Sara Nicole Huebner
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Antonia Ioannou
    Antonia Ioannou
    Resident, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Jason M Jucker
    Jason M Jucker
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Mary Labato
    Mary Labato
    Clinical Professor
  • Rommaneeya Leela-arporn
    Rommaneeya Leela-arporn
    Specialty Intern II, Small Animal Medicine
  • Orla Mahony
    Orla Mahony
    Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Kara Lauren Maneval
    Kara Lauren Maneval
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Christina V Mangan
    Christina V Mangan
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Sabrina R. Manley
    Sabrina R. Manley
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Katelyn K. McFadden
    Katelyn K. McFadden
    Resident, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Hannah Melhorn
    Hannah Melhorn
    Intern, Small Animal Internal Medicine
  • Emily A Moore
    Emily A Moore
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Emily Morgan
    Emily Morgan
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Junes Ossman
    Junes Ossman
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Virginia T. Rentko
    Virginia T. Rentko
    Clinical Associate Professor
  • Peter Sadowitz
    Peter Sadowitz
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Julia Jenny Sevy
    Julia Jenny Sevy
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Powell Slinkard
    Powell Slinkard
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Madeleine Stein
    Madeleine Stein
    Resident, Internal Medicine
  • Michael S. Stone
    Michael S. Stone
    Clinical Associate Professor
  • Miranda Thomas
    Miranda Thomas
    Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Cynthia R. L. Webster
    Cynthia R. L. Webster
    Professor, Associate Chair of Research
  • Florian Wuillemin
    Florian Wuillemin
    Resident, Small Animal Internal Medicine

Do you have emergency?

The Emergency Service at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you and your pet. We serve central Massachusetts as a primary emergency hospital, and New England and beyond for referral of critically ill or injured pets.

Henry & Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals

Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University
55 Willard St.
N. Grafton, MA 01536
Fax: 508-839-7951
Pharmacy: 508-887-4850

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