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We go the extra mile to make sure that our testing and imaging equipment produces the most accurate results for our patients.
Examining your pet on the outside only gives us half of the bigger picture regarding their health. For a more complete evaluation, we need cat and dog imaging and diagnostics to fill in the gaps and find things we were perhaps not even looking for. Since your pet is not able to tell us how they're feeling, we need to take that extra step and utilize our laboratory, x-ray and ultrasound capabilities to make a diagnosis.
Our diagnostics tools are safe for pets of any age, be they healthy or sick. Furthermore, our team is well-trained and accommodating to make every diagnostic procedure quick, pain-free, and as low-stress as possible.
Call us at (239) 778-9777 to set up your next imaging or diagnostic visit today!
We offer a range of laboratory tests in-house to check blood, urine, and fecal samples. A few of these include:
Complete blood cell count
Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, and anaplasmosis testing (for tick-borne diseases)
For pets with urgent or life-threatening conditions, our in-house lab is a valuable resource. We can obtain results quickly and likewise provide a quicker diagnosis and treatment. Samples that need to be tested for standard wellness screens are sent out to lab specialists for comprehensive testing and analysis.
X-ray imaging is an excellent tool for clearly visualizing your pet's bones and other internal structures. This non-invasive, painless procedure uses very low levels of radiation that are safe even for very young or pregnant pets. Our state-of-the-art X-ray equipment helps us detect and diagnose various issues, including:
Foreign bodies in the GI tract
Oral health problems like dental disease and tooth resorption
The Animalife Veterinary Center at Eagle Creek can enlist the services of a certified ultrasonographer to perform ultrasound procedures when needed. Ultrasound uses advanced technology to create real-time, moving images out of sound wave echoes. A small probe emits the sound waves, which penetrate the skin and ricochet off the soft tissue organs. The resulting echoes are converted into electrical impulses, which the machine then translates into an image on the viewing screen.
Ultrasound is most effective for studying the abdominal and chest cavities. It shows us the size, shape, texture, and function of various internal organs and can also alert us to:
Abnormal organ function
Cysts and tumors
Fluid in the abdomen
We go the extra mile to make sure that our testing and imaging equipment produces the most accurate results for our patients. Our team is just a phone call away at (239) 778-9777 if you have any questions about our cat and dog imaging and diagnostic services or would like to make an appointment online.