Our facilities provide on-site, state-of-the-art, digital radiography to aid in the quick diagnosis of many disorders and ailments. As an added benefit to our clients and patients, we utilize the expertise of our staff veterinarians as well as Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists for radiograph interpretation.
A safe, non-invasive, painless diagnostic imaging tool used to examine a pet’s internal organs without having to resort to exploratory surgery. With ultrasound, a veterinarian can observe and study how an organ or process is functioning versus relying completely on a single point-in-time picture (x-ray). As an added benefit to our clients and patients, we utilize the expertise of our staff veterinarians as well as Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists for ultrasound interpretation.
An ECG is a test used to measure the rate and regularity of a pet’s heartbeat, assess heart damage and determine size and position of the heart chambers. ECG is a non-invasive, painless procedure that when paired with radiographs, ultrasound, and/or blood work can assist the veterinarian with diagnosing a pet’s heart condition. Our hospitals provide ECG services as well as consultations with veterinary cardiology specialists.
Like in human medicine, the advances in veterinary care over the years have been astounding. Why do veterinarians utilize telemedicine capabilities? Our veterinarians feel that the best medicine is practiced by utilizing the expertise and support of veterinary specialists. We feel that this level of care is the best for our patients and the families that love them. Board-certified veterinary specialists spend an additional 3-4 years in advanced training to become Board certified in a specific specialty. Due to how economical and exceptional of a service these specialists provide, our veterinarians feel it would be an injustice to not enable our patients to benefit from their knowledge and expertise.
Presentation of a treatment plan with the expectation of initial charges (examination, diagnostics, etc). Please note that length of hospitalization stay varies upon diagnosis and each individual pet’s response to treatment
Close monitoring of the patient's vital signs, food/fluid intake, urination, and defecation by our veterinarians and veterinary technicians
Intravenous catheter placement (area of one or multiple legs may be shaved)
Administration of intravenous fluids
Administration of medications through injection
Medications and/or special diet recommendations upon patient discharge
Visitation opportunities (see below)
Frequent calls from our team to provide updates on your pet