Blood, Urine and Fecal Testing
Blood, urine, and fecal testing are like superheroes for our furry friends, helping us detect infections, parasites, and other health problems that might be going on inside their cute little bodies. We can check out their organ function, blood chemistry, and more with blood tests. Urine tests let us see if their kidneys and bladder are working right, while fecal tests help us make sure their tummies are happy and healthy.
Digital Whole Body and Dental X-ray
Digital X-rays are high-quality images of your furry friend’s bones, organs, and soft tissues in a jiffy. It can help your vet detect all sorts of health issues, from bone fractures to suspicious lumps and even sneaky dental problems that can be hard to spot with the naked eye.
Veterinary ultrasound is like a magic trick for pets! It uses sound waves to create images of their insides. It’s a painless and safe procedure that helps vets diagnose and monitor various medical conditions.
Electrocardiography (EKG) and Blood Pressure
In veterinary medicine, an EKG and blood pressure are like detectives for the heart and blood vessels. They help us figure out if your furry friend’s heart is beating to the right tune and if their blood pressure is in the right range.
Veterinary microscopy is like a tiny treasure hunt for animal illnesses. It’s all about using the microscope to find clues and solve mysteries in a microscopic world. It is a vital tool in veterinary medicine for identifying illnesses and providing effective, timely treatments.
Tonometry (Eye Pressure)
Tonometry is a vital tool for detecting and managing glaucoma in our furry friends.