X- Rays can often be vital in diagnosing injuries or illnesses.
For the safety of your pet and the staff performing the procedure X-Rays will require an anaesthetic.
Our team is trained in anaesthesia and radiographic techniques. When your pet needs X-Rays the latest technology in digital processing ensures fast and accurate images that you can take home on CD. This means that your pet can be diagnosed and treated very quickly and will spend less time under anaesthetic.
Ultrasound can be used to look at your pet’s internal organs. Your vet might recommend an ultrasound to aid in diagnosing your pet.
A visiting specialist sonographer is available by appointment should your pet require an ultrasound. In most cases this procedure does not require an anaesthetic or sedation. We recommend dropping your pet off in the morning before the procedure and scheduling a pick up time with the Veterinarian a few hours later.
For appointments and enquiries please phone us to speak to our friendly staff!
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