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Keith Kremer DVM DACVIM
Internal medicine expertise for pets                                                   
Common conditions we treat:
  • Splenic tumors
  • Cushing's disease
  • Chronic cough
  • Unexplained fever
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Anemia and blood disorders
  • Kidney/bladder disease
  • Endocrine disorders
Contact Us
Very easy access at I-264 & Witchduck.  Click the map.
  • Second opinions
  • Ultrasound
  • Endoscopy
  • Needle biopsies
  • Xrays
  • Chemotherapy
  • Blood Pressure
  • Feeding tubes
  • Complete labwork
  • EKG
Have ultrasound. Will travel.
Helping vets get to know their patients inside out
    Ultrasound        Second opinion & treatment recommendations       Endoscopy        Biopsy procedures
Why should my pet see a specialist?

A veterinary specialist has undergone an additional 3-5 years of schooling beyond the standard DVM degree.  Your pet would see a specialist for the same reasons you may see a specialist for your own health needs....for the additional skills, knowledge and experience offered by the specialist in his or her chosen field.  Just like people, pets develop many conditions in which the skilled expertise of a specialist can be invaluable.  This is important for many procedures, such as ultrasound, endoscopy, and various biopsy procedures, as well as for uncommon or especially serious conditions that may be affecting your pet.  In addition, if your pet is exhibiting unusual symptoms or is not responding to treatment as expected, a specialist can often target the problem more quickly and determine the most effective course of action. 

Convenient, cost-effective specialty care at the family vet's office

Practice limited to mobile services only
Clinic Appointments for Pet Owners
​This unique service helps make specialty care readily available for pet owners at their regular veterinarian's office instead of referring the pet elsewhere, fostering close collaboration between the family vet and the specialist, and minimizing the stress of travel for the pet and its owner.  The pet is dropped off in the morning at the family vet's office for a special procedure (ultrasound or endoscopy) and picked up later in the day. In addition to the procedure, the evaluation includes a complete review of labwork and other diagnostics, as well as previous treatment, by Dr. Keith Kremer, a board-certified veterinary internist with over 26 years of experience in his specialty, 19 of those years spent locally in Hampton Roads. Findings and recommendations from the evaluation are discussed with you by your family vet.
Mobile service are available at most, but not all, clinics in Hampton Roads.  
Check the list below to see if your vet offers mobile specialty services.  
*Please note that mobile services must be scheduled by your veterinarian*