Comprehensive and medically advanced diagnostic services
Our medically advanced diagnostic equipment ensures that your pet receives state-of-the-art diagnostic care and enables us to gain a more complete picture of your pet’s overall health or of the specific medical problem he/she might be experiencing.
The diagnostic equipment we use to aid us in the diagnosis of many medical conditions include:
We perform most of our diagnostic lab tests at the clinic for faster results, diagnosis and treatment. Our in-house veterinary laboratory includes the following:
- CBC (Complete Blood Count)
- Chemistries(Look at kidney and liver function, blood sugar, etc.)
- Ear cytology
- Skin scrapes
- Skin cytology
- Urinalysis (Testing the urine for any abnormalities)
- Fecal testing (looking for intestinal parasites)
- Parvo testing
- Felv/FIV testing (the most common fatal viruses cats get)
If further testing is necessary, we have relationships with excellent independent laboratory services that are capable of accurately performing any needed tests.
We utilize state of the art digital radiography (x-ray) equipment, which provides quicker, clearer and faster images than older traditional film x-ray. Like a digital photo, a digital radiograph can be manipulated after it is taken, allowing our team to highlight the image in ways that are not possible with traditional film x-ray. There is less stress on your pet due to less time on the x-ray table.
Digital Dental X-rays
Similar to digital radiology, the advanced veterinary diagnostic tools we have also include digital dental radiology. Because we can see only about half of your pet’s dental problems with our eyes, this type of imaging allows us to see the condition of your pet’s teeth both above and below the gum line. Digital technology displays images almost immediately, allowing us to identify dental issues and treat your pet faster, reducing the time your pet is under anesthesia.
We have the ability to send digital x-ray images on-line for telemed consultations with board certified veterinarians radiologists. These specialists are available 24 hours a day for telemedicine consultations with Dr. Dan.
Blood Pressure Monitoring.
Accurate blood pressure monitoring allows us to assess your pet’s condition while under anesthesia, experiencing shock, or in other critical situations. It is also used during routine check-ups to provide a baseline blood pressure reading. It helps detect hypertension, hypotension and evaluate and stabilize critically ill pets.