We Go Deeper

Advanced diagnostics saves lives.

In-House Laboratory

Laboratory tests are an important part of the diagnostic process. Our in-house laboratory gives us the capability to perform many types of tests including complete blood counts, blood chemistry, urinalysis, and electrolyte analysis to aid in the diagnosis of kidney disease, liver disease, infection, anemia, and other serious veterinary conditions. They provide our doctors with a wealth of information that allows us to determine the overall health of your pet. They can help establish normal baseline values or detect possible disease conditions. We also use them to evaluate your family member before anesthesia and monitor levels of therapeutic drugs such as thyroid medication. Our in-house laboratory is able to quickly and accurately process these tests, which means you will not have to wait days for the results.
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Digital Radiography

Digital radiography, or digital X-rays, provides our veterinarians with a non-invasive, painless tool for evaluating musculo-skeletal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, reproductive, and urinary systems. Many conditions, such as masses, tumors, potential obstructions, arthritis, fractures, and pet pregnancies can be detected with enhanced reliability and precision.

Much like pictures taken with a digital camera, digital X-ray images can be viewed on a computer screen immediately after taking them. This results in fewer retakes, more precise images, and less radiation exposure to your feline or canine family member and our staff members. In addition, digital X-rays can easily be archived, copied, or transferred to referring veterinary specialists when needed.
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Ultrasound technology is a painless, non-invasive, state-of-the-art technology that gives our veterinarians the ability to visualize the internal architecture of your pet’s organs. The technology uses sound waves to obtain real-time images of your animal companion’s inner workings. It is particularly effective when assessing the heart, abdominal organs, and reproductive tract for pregnancy evaluations.
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