Feline Hyperthyroid Treatment in Fayetteville/Syracuse, NY

Prior to visiting this location, please call one of our Thyro-Cat feline specialists to schedule your visit: 866-467-8228.

Fayetteville/Syracuse Thyro-Cat at:
Cats Only Veterinary Hospital

521 East Genesee Street
Fayetteville, NY 13066
Phone: 866-467-8228 (TCAT)
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Radioactive Iodine I-131 Therapy for Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline hyperthyroidism treatment at Syracuse/Fayetteville (as well as our other hyperthyroidism centers) offers radioactive iodine I-131 therapy for cats diagnosed with feline hyperthyroidism. Radioactive iodine (I-131) therapy is the preferred method of therapy for this condition, as it is effective, safe, and economical. This therapy is a simple one-injection treatment just under the cat's skin, much like a routine feline vaccine.


Thyro-Cat in Fayetteville/Syracuse

The Thyro-Cat Fayetteville, NY center is a comfortable space for your cat during the administering of the radioactive iodine injection, as well as the monitoring period to follow. The climate-controlled feline treatment facility is large, comfortable, and calming so that your cat can be as at ease at possible during the procedure. Most cats are housed with us for 3-5 days, as is the law, in order to be able to monitor your cat's health after the procedure, as well as to make sure the radioactive material is at a safe level when leaving the hospital. After admission to the hyperthyroidism treatment facility in Syracuse, chest and abdominal ultrasounds are performed to ensure optimal health of your cat. Next, the cat-once found healthy-receives the injection of radioactive iodine therapy. After the injection, your cat will be closely monitored for health and radioiodine (I-131) levels during his or her stay.


Veterinary Specialists

Staffed by licensed, board-certified veterinary radiologists and specialists in feline internal medicine, Syracuse Thyro-Cat provides affordable radioactive iodine I-131 treatment for cats with feline hyperthyroidism. Dr. Victor Rendano, VMD, MS, DACVR, DACVR-RO, specialist in veterinary radiology and professor of radiology at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, is chief specialist at Thyro-Cat. Dr. Victor Rendano was inducted as a diplomate into the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1975, and was awarded diplomate status and board certification in radiation oncology in 2001.

For more information about the Thyro-Cat Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Center in Fayetteville/Syracuse and using radioactive iodine I-131 therapy, or information about our hours, please call Thyro-Cat, located at Fayetteville, NY's Cats Only Veterinary Hospital, at 866-467-8228 (TCAT) or visit our Frequently Asked Questions about Feline Hyperthyroidism and Radioiodine I-131 Therapy page.

For veterinarians referring a feline patient to this treatment center, please visit our Veterinary Referral page.

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The Thyro-Cat Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Center at Cats Only Veterinary Hospital in Fayetteville, NY is a comfortable space for your cat during the administering of the radioactive iodine injection, as well as the monitoring period to follow. The climate-controlled feline treatment facility is large, comfortable, and calming so that your cat can be as at ease at possible during the procedure. Most cats are housed with us for 3-5 days, as is the law, in order to be able to monitor your cat's health after the procedure, as well as to make sure the radioactive material is at a safe level when leaving the hospital. After admission to the hyperthyroidism treatment facility in Syracuse, chest and abdominal ultrasounds are performed to ensure optimal health of your cat. Next, the cat-once found healthy-receives the injection of radioactive iodine therapy. After the injection, your cat will be closely monitored for health and radioiodine (I-131) levels during his or her stay.
521 East Genesee Street
Fayetteville
NY
13066
USA