Specialty Services

Cardiology in Bentonville, AR

Heart diseases are common in pets, especially seniors, however, they can be successfully managed or even cured with the right treatment. If your pet starts breathing rapidly, coughing, loses their appetite, tires easily, seems weak, or has trouble exercising make an appointment. We can evaluate and diagnose your pet’s condition using technology such as ECGs, radiographs, ultrasounds, etc. From there, we will work with you to develop a treatment plan that will extend your pet’s life.


Our pets can suffer from a variety of skin and ear diseases, meaning your pet may be spending a lot of time chewing, itching, licking or scratching. The veterinarians at Animal Hospital of Mid County can identify the underlying cause of your pet’s skin condition and develop a plan to treat the issue. Commonly treated dermatology conditions include:

  • Skin problems related to allergies
  • Skin Infections (bacterial, fungal or viral infections)
  • Skin problems from parasites such as fleas
  • Hair loss (alopecia)
  • Chronic itching
  • Ear infections
  • Skin problems arising from hormonal (endocrine) such as including hypothyroidism and hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s Disease)
  • Footpad and toenail abnormalities
  • Nail and nailbed diseases
  • Skin cancer


At Animal Hospital of Mid County, we utilize tonometry to diagnose glaucoma, a common and painful ocular disease. If left untreated, glaucoma can cause damage to the ocular nerve causing decreased vision and even blindness. Early detection is key in preventing permanent vision changes. If you notice your pet has dilated (enlarged) pupils, clouding of the cornea (the normally clear outer layer of the eye), red or bloodshot eyes, one eye protruding or appearing larger than the other, squinting, or tearing call us immediately.