Dog x-Ray

Having the ability to take x-rays on site, allows our veterinarians to have the information they may need to quickly diagnose your canine companion. We have recently moved to digital radiographs which not only helps to minimize the radiation exposure to your pet and our staff, but it also helps give answers almost immediately.

How do you prepare your dog for their x-ray appointment?

Sometimes there is no time for preparation. If your pet is in need of an x-ray immediately, we have the ability to accommodate your pet on the spot. On occasion, an empty bladder or stomach may be needed therefore requiring an appointment for a later date or time. Your veterinarian may suggest that sedation is necessary to ensure the most positive experience for your pet.

How much do dog x-ray examinations cost?

The cost associated depends on the number of radiographs that are required. Together with the veterinarian an estimate would be made and agreed upon prior to the procedure so there are no surprises.

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April Pet of the Month: Gaga

Gaga presented to us in January 2017 because her owners noticed some small drops of blood in her litter box. Her physical exam was normal, but a Complete Urinalysis revealed struvite crystals, as well as numerous white blood cells and red blood cells. These findings prompted her Veterinarian to recommend an x-ray, suspecting that bladder stones may be present. Sure enough, one smooth round stone in her bladder was visible on x-ray.

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