Internal Medicine

GI | Renal | Liver | Endocrine | Respiratory | Metabolic | Infectious | Hematologic

Does your dog need an internal medicine consult?

Call Animal Emergency & Specialty Center to schedule an appointment with one of our board-certified specialists.

Knoxville: 865.693.4440 • Chattanooga: 423.822.8304

Internal Medicine

Canine internal medicine experts

Animal Emergency & Specialty Center is proud to offer two board-certified specialists, Wendy Morré, DVM, MS, DACVIM and Erin Galemore, DVM, DACVIM to partner with your veterinarian for the best care of your dog. When your dog is in need of advanced diagnostics with specialized equipment or has a complex condition in need of expert assessment, our incredible veterinary internists are the perfect match for your pup.

Entrust your dog’s care to the internal medicine specialists at AESC. In our state-of-the-art facility, they utilize advanced technology and diagnostics to best assess your dog’s condition. When your dog needs an ultrasound, endoscopy, CT, or more, Animal Emergency & Specialty Center is your best choice for quick results and compassionate care.

Case Study - Toby the Dog

  • AWESOME!!! Dr. Wong and his staff are excellent. They cared for my dog like family, and the surgery came out just as it was explained to me. Thank you!

    James R Dog Owner
  • There are no words to describe how great Dr. Melissa Miller has been with our fur baby. She has truly gone above and beyond to treat our special boy. I will be forever grateful for her; she cares so much about her patients and their families. She has stayed in close contact with me and checked on our boy daily. Our boxer is not just a dog; he is our first child, and Dr. Miller's compassion and dedication to getting him better means the world to us.

    Lindsay B Dog Owner

Call us today!

Knoxville: 865.693.4440 • Chattanooga: 423.822.8304

What We Do

Internal Medicine Services:

  • Endoscopy
  • Cystoscopy
  • Rhinoscopy
  • Laryngoscopy
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Gastroscopy
  • Colonoscopy
  • Endoscopic biopsy
  • Foreign body retrieval
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Blood-gas analysis
  • Continuous thoracic suction
  • Whole blood and plasma transfusion therapy
  • Bone marrow aspiration
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Esophagostamy/PEG tubes
  • Ultrasound
  • Ultrasound-guided tissue biopsy
  • Therapeutic and tong-term ventilation
  • In-house cytology
Metabolic and Infectious Disorders
Metabolic and Infectious Disorders
Metabolic and Infectious Disorders
From leptospirosis to copper storage disease, canine infectious disorders and metabolic disorders can be very challenging to diagnose, often requiring advanced diagnostics. Drs. Morre´: and Galemore are exceptionally capable internists ready to help you get the answers you need for your pup.
Endocrine Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Diabetes and hypothyroidism are common endocrine disorders of dogs with a sometimes complex treatment plan including regular diagnostics, nutritional therapy, medication, and more. If you're having difficulty regulating your diabetic dog or helping your hypothyroid dog lose weight, call our specialists today.
GI, Liver, Kidney, and More
GI, Liver, Kidney, and More
GI, Liver, Kidney, and More
Dogs, particularly as they age, are at risk for kidney failure, GI disorders, and more. Our board-certified specialists have the know-how and equipment for best results for your dog. Call today for best care of your dog.

How We Do It

We work closely with your family veterinarian to provide complete veterinary care for your dog. We offer a case review, assessment of your dog’s current condition, diagnostics for complete or further evaluation, and case-management planning. Our internists are experts in their field, ready to help you provide the very best care for your beloved dog. At AESC, specialists collaborate very best results and take advantage of our 24-hour advanced patient care offerings.

New clients: what to expect

  1. Have your veterinarian schedule a consultation for your dog
  2. Your dog will be assessed in consultation with our internist
  3. The veterinary internist will discuss a treatment and diagnostic plan.
  4. You’ll be given an estimate for treatment.
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Veterinarians: how to refer

Please call our referral coordinator to let us know you have a patient in need of a surgical consultation. Send a referral form and the patient’s record via fax or email or with your client. Thank you for your referral.

Click here for more info about referring patients to AESC

Don’t wait!

Call us today!

Knoxville:

865.693.4440

• Chattanooga:

423.822.8304

Case Study - Toby the Dog

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Does your dog need an internal medicine consult?

Call Animal Emergency & Specialty Center to schedule an appointment with one of our board-certified specialists.

Knoxville: 865.693.4440 • Chattanooga: 423.822.8304