Advanced Diagnostics

Accurately identifying the cause of your pet’s discomfort is key to effective treatment. Depending on your pet’s needs, we may recommend and utilize the following:

Radiographic Imaging

X-rays are a non-invasive way to evaluate internal structures and detect abnormalities.

Dental Radiographs

Intraoral X-rays help us look below the gumline and assess the tooth root and surrounding bone to determine if extraction is necessary.

In-House Laboratory

Blood work is necessary to identify and diagnose changes in organ health and function, and commonly recommended when your pet is unwell. Urine testing (e.g., urinalysis, culture) is a noninvasive way to assess and monitor kidney, liver, and metabolic health—especially in senior pets.

Routine Screening

Annual or twice-annual blood and urine testing is a valuable way to monitor your pet’s health and detect early trends and changes before they are visibly sick. Based on your pet’s age, we’ll recommend specific profiles to look for the most common health concerns.