Your older cat has become a fixture in your home and a valued member of your family. However, as your cat ages, he or she may develop a thyroid nodule or benign tumor and be diagnosed with hyperthyroidism.
At Nebraska Animal Medical and Emergency Center, we offer pet radioiodine treatment in Lincoln to help cats who have been diagnosed with this condition.
Excess thyroid levels in the body can cause a variety of signs that can include:
Drinking more water than usual
Poor hair coat
A thyroid level test is needed to obtain a proper diagnosis. With proper treatment, it is typically possible to manage or even cure hyperthyroidism.
Nebraska Animal Medical And Emergency Center offers pet radioiodine treatment in Lincoln to effectively treat hyperthyroidism. Radioiodine treatment therapy has been available to treat hyperthyroidism for a number of years and there has been great success using this treatment method. Ninety-eight percent of cats treated with radioiodine will be completely cured. And the best part is that there are no long-term adverse effects associated with radioiodine therapy. To help your old cat feel like new again, contact Nebraska Animal Medical and Emergency Center to learn more about pet radioiodine treatment in Lincoln, Omaha, and the surrounding Nebraska areas.
Nebraska Animal Medical and Emergency Center treats hyperthyroidism in cats using pet radioiodine treatment in Lincoln, Omaha, and the surrounding Nebraska areas.