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Gastroenterology

We deal with a wide range of digestive disorders in animals with care and expertise.

Specialist services in veterinary gastroenterology

Diagnose symptoms and manage them long-term, or intervene surgically, all to ensure the gastrointestinal well-being of your pets.

  • Laboratory tests to determine a precise diagnosis.
  • Comprehensive treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.
  • Specialized diets.
  • Gastrointestinal surgery.

Specialist services in veterinary gastroenterology

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Comprehensive and preventive veterinary medicine, 360º attentionall in one structure.

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Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

The almost 2000m2 structure, the largest in southern Switzerland, has 5 examination rooms, 2 operating rooms, rooms with advanced imaging diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI), X-ray and ultrasound equipment, physiotherapy, alternative therapies and chemotherapy .  

La Trinità has a large separate waiting room for cats, NAC and dogs. Also an emergency room equipped to deal with the most complex and urgent cases.

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

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FAQs

Can I suddenly change my pet's food?

Changing an animal's diet suddenly can cause gastrointestinal upset such as diarrhea or vomiting. We always recommend a consultation with a veterinary nutritionist and making gradual changes in diet to allow the digestive system to adapt.

Signs of gastrointestinal problems include recurrent vomiting, diarrhea, changes in appetite, weight loss, lethargy, abdominal pain, and, in some cases, blood in the stool. If these symptoms appear, request a visit to our veterinarians.

The causes can be different and include bacterial or viral infections, food intolerances, sudden changes in diet, ingestion of foreign bodies, parasites, inflammatory bowel diseases, etc. Our veterinarian can perform tests to identify the specific cause.

Diagnosis involves a clinical evaluation that may include laboratory tests such as blood and stool tests, diagnostic imaging such as x-rays and ultrasounds, and more advanced procedures such as endoscopies and colonoscopies for direct visualization of the gastrointestinal tract. The medical record and the symptoms observed are essential for a precise diagnosis.