Ultrasounds are a great way to be able to diagnose pregnancy, and can do so about three weeks earlier than a typical x-ray.
Ultrasounds are more convenient for diagnosing certain conditions, finding tumors, and bladder stones.
A radiograph, or x-ray, is the most common and available test in veterinary practice. An x-ray makes it easy to visualize internal structures.
X-rays can evaluate your pet's organs, check for heart defects, point out fractures, and diagnose other issues.
An echocardiogram will ensure that the heart is functioning properly. It is our goal to make your pet comfortable during the process.
The echocardiogram will allow us to diagnose any heart issues and treat them appropriately.