Internal medicine appointments
Visits categorised as primary veterinary care follow a similar pattern to a GP visit. The patient undergoes a comprehensive general examination, which is preceded by an interview the doctor conducts with the animal’s carer. Depending on the specific nature of the symptoms, the doctor takes additional diagnostic steps. In the case of conditions that do not require specialised treatment, the attending physician will order therapy preceded by additional laboratory tests (if necessary). For more complex conditions, the internal medicine visit is preliminary. If required by a condition that the doctor suspects after a general examination, the animal is referred to one of the specialists employed at the KUROSZ Clinic.
During the visit, the vet is accompanied by a veterinary assistant, so the carer’s presence is not necessary. The doctor and his assistant manage well enough, even with the most anxious animals. This does not mean, of course, that the presence of the carer is inadvisable. Each customer has a choice of both options. At the KUROSZ Clinic, we strive to be flexible and adapt to the needs of our customers. Therefore, the animal can be left by the carer at the clinic and collected after the examination.