At Animal Care Hospital, we use the kind of diagnostics technology you would see in a human hospital to solve perplexing problems and understand your pet’s health from as many angles as possible. We never cut corners to find a treatment or take a one-size-fits-all approach that disregards your pet’s unique health concerns. As an individual with their own set of needs, they deserve our very best effort, and you deserve to have all your questions answered.
Why We Recommend Annual Exams
We have several different tools in place that we use for examining our patients and making the most accurate diagnoses possible. This gives us the ability to cover more ground and get a bigger, more detailed picture of your pet’s condition overall. Our pet diagnostics also help with detecting underlying diseases, injuries, and other issues when they are still in their early stages.
Running Tests with Our In-House Lab
We have an in-house lab at our hospital where we can perform a wide range of blood, urine, and fecal tests. These tests help us screen your pet for parasites, infections, and other abnormal readings that could indicate the need for treatment. We regularly do intestinal parasite screens and heartworm tests for our patients’ yearly checkups, but we might recommend other tests if your pet has any health concerns.
Digital Dental X-ray
Without dental X-rays, we would not be able to properly diagnose dental disease, or catch other oral problems that hide below the gum line. Dental X-rays give us a much better view of what’s going on inside the mouth and help us provide a higher level of care to your pet.
Traditional X-ray is a cumbersome process. At Animal Care Hospital, we instead use cutting-edge digital X-ray to take images of the bones, joints, and internal organs and obtain higher-quality views of these areas. Digital X-ray also uses far less radiation and can be performed much more quickly than traditional X-ray.
We’re proud to have ultrasound technology at our office. This imaging tool gives us a real-time visual of the blood vessels, arteries, and internal organs. We also have the ability to communicate with a remote board-certified radiologist during ultrasounds to ensure the best possible diagnosis.