Full Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
We have the most up to date laboratory equipment to give us the ability to complete diagnostic testing in house. For critical or sick patients this is very important because time is of the essence and our equipment runs and provides us results within 20-30 minutes.
Though we do not offer oncology as a specialty, we do offer care and management of the aggressive disease. We offer chemotherapy and monitor our sick patients closely with frequent exams, blood work, and medications used for inflammation and pain management. Our veterinarians and technicians are dedicated to offering the best care in order to control or treat your pet’s cancer.
High Definition Digital Radiology
Digital radiology is a form of x-ray imaging, we offer digital x-ray because it gives us the ability to do x-rays and have results the same day, and same hour. Our high definition imaging allows us to have the clearest, and most accurate imaging available. We can also send these digital images to a specialist for further evaluation if needed.
Dermatology is focused on the integrity of skin, ears, hair, and nails. Veterinary dermatology is important because the skin can tell us a lot about an animal’s over-all health.
- Allergy Testing
- Allergy Management
- Skin abnormalities/infections (Yeast/Baterial/Fungal)
Glaucoma Screening (Tonometry)
Tonometry is an eye procedure used to evaluate the intraocular pressure (IOP) or fluid inside of the eye. This can determine whether a patient has or is at risk of having glaucoma or other eye issues.
Laser therapy, Photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy, is when light energy reaches the target tissue(s). Laser therapy can help decrease inflammation and pain. Laser therapy can also accelerate the healing process. Most patients see positive results with the use of laser therapy. Chronic conditions can typically be managed with regular laser therapy treatments
An ultrasound creates high-frequency sound waves that reflect off of your pet’s internal organs to produce pictures of how these internal structures look. Ultrasounds are a noninvasive procedure that can help identify diseases, blockages, or other internal injuries.
An echocardiogram is when sound waves are used to create pictures of the heart. An echocardiogram can help determine if there are any abnormalities present with the heart and determine blood flow through the heart.