Internal Medicine at CVETS

The CVETS Internal Medicine department is skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, respiratory, circulatory, immunological, urinary, hematological and endocrine systems. Additionally, our team is also trained in the management of infectious diseases.

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The CVETS Standard of Care

Using tools like ultrasound, endoscopy, echocardiography, CT scan, and our on site laboratory, our Internal Medicine team can provide the highest level of care for complicated cases. The team can work in coordination with your primary veterinarian to provide seamless, long term care of your pet.

Commonly Treated Illnesses

-Autoimmune diseases- immune mediated hemolytic anemia, immune meditated thrombocytopenia, polyarthropathies

-Infectious diseases- pneumonia, hepatitis/cholangiohepatitis, pyelonephritis

-Acute and chronic kidney failure

-Toxin ingestions- Sago palm toxicity, ethylene glycol toxicity, chocolate, medication overdosages

-Gallbladder diseases- mucocele, gallstones

-Endocrine diseases- Addisons, Cushings, diabetes mellitus/insipidus

-Respiratory diseases

-Endoscopic removal of GI foreign bodies

-Endoscopic biopsy of nasal lesions and GI lesions


Dr. Rebecca Haviland, DACVIM

Dr. Haviland received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007. She completing both a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery along with a small animal internal medicine internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in New Jersey. After that, she returned to the University of Pennsylvania, where she completed her residency in internal medicine. Dr. Rebecca Haviland has been board-certified in internal medicine by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine since 2015. Her special interests include all aspects of endocrinology and hematology. She has conducted research in hypoadrenocorticism and thromboembolic diseases and has lectured at local and national events.