Medical Services

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    Electrocardiography

    Electrocardiograms or ECG are sometimes recommended when your pet is found to have an irregular heartbeat or other symptoms leading the veterinarian to believe that there may be a concern…

  • Radiology (X-rays)

    Radiology is a great way to diagnose fractures, bone deformaties, arthritis and other issues your pet may have. These 2-D images also enable the veterinarian to visualize the various organs…

  • Tonometry

    This non-invasive procedure is done by using an electronic device called a Tonovet® and is used to determine the ocular pressure of your pet’s eyes. Abnormal eye pressure can be…

  • Ultrasonography

    Ultrasound screening has become a vital tool in veterinary medicine. With this diagnostic procedure we can visualize organs in fine detail, outlining the actual organ or vessel for blood supply,…