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In-House Diagnostic Services

Diagnostic testing is the key to providing the best preventative care for your pet. These tests provide information that complement our physical exams and help identify problems at an early stage. We are happy to provide these services in house for same day results.


Radiographs

Radiographs

We offer digital radiographs which allow for faster diagnostics and less radiation.  Radiographs, or x-rays, are a valuable diagnostic tool that we use to see what is happening on the inside of your pet…

Blood Chemistry

Blood Chemistry

A blood chemistry screen tests your pet’s blood for signs of disease or ailment.  It is often the first step when sick pets are brought in to the clinic because it helps us to make decisions about treatment…

Endoscopy

Endoscopy

This minimally invasive procedure allows us to see inside your pet’s body and, if necessary, take biopsies without having to perform surgery. We use endoscopy to examine the inside of the ears…

Testing

Heartworm / Lyme / Ehrilichia / Anaplasmosis Testing

We offer a 4 Dx test that tests for mosquito borne disease, heartworm and tick borne diseases (Lyme, Ehrilichia, and Anaplasmosis) with just a few drops of your pet’s…

Testing

Leukemia (Felv) / AIDS (FIV) Testing

This test is extremely important for outside cats and new cats and kittens in the household. These diseases can be fatal and are contagious to other felines.  We can…

Urine Testing

Urine Testing

We can do in-house urine analysis to determine pH, protein, glucose, ketones, bilirubin, urobilinogen, blood, nitrates, leukocytes, and specific gravity. Knowing these important values…

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Ear Cytology

An ear cytology is a procedure that allows us to look at a sample of debris from your pet’s ear under a microscope to determine if there is yeast, bacteria, or…

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Skin Scraping

Is a procedure that allows us to look at a sample of tissue from your pet’s skin under a microscope. This helps us diagnose infections like bacteria…