Our treatment price is $1,290 and includes the admission exam, medical record review, isotope medication, daily radioactive monitoring, food and nursing care during hospitalization.
Candidates for treatment must have a medical history, physical examination by a veterinarian, and diagnostic tests are required to confirm the diagnosis of feline hyperthyroidism.
For veterinarians, we rely on the BUN (blood urea nitrogen), creatinine, urine analysis, kidney size, and blood pressure to evaluate and monitor feline kidney function.
Welcome to the Cat Thyroid Center, a specialty clinic in Florida treating Feline Hyperthyroidism.
These educational pages explain the available treatment options for Feline Hyperthyroidism and how our treatment is a quick and painless cure for your cat!
Working with veterinarians from around the world on a referral basis, our center offers an excellent radioactive treatment program for thyrotoxic cats. It is especially recommended for felines that are poor candidates for the surgical procedures.
The Cat Thyroid Center is located between Tampa and Bradenton on US 41 in Ruskin. Part of the Ruskin Animal Hospital & Cat Clinic, we’ve developed a reputation for excellence and personalized feline care. Find out more about our qualifications.
If you have questions regarding how we can help your hyperthyroid cat, contact us and fill out the Inquiry Form and a representative will contact you.
Shy little Peewee and his wonderful family.
Dr. Ott with Cuddles and her owner Milo.
Fowler and Mom from Temple Terrace, FL.
Handsome Mugsby with Dr. Ott on treatment day.