Offering In-House, Advanced Diagnostics for Your Pets
The bad news is that allergies in pets are common. The good news is All Pets Vet Hospital can diagnose what’s bugging your pet and begin the right treatment plan to restore comfort right away. Our diagnostic procedures are leading-edge and can determine if allergies are triggered by food or environmental causes.
Dermatological tests include:
- Scrapes—for mite issues
- Biopsies—for rare skin conditions
- Smears—for bacterial issues
- Cultures—for ringworm issues
Having a laboratory onsite means your pet’s test results will come back as fast as possible, but this service is only worthwhile if the tests we can run onsite are comprehensive. That’s why All Pets Vet Hospital offers the full range of lab tests:
- Chemistry Panel
- Complete Blood Count (CBC)
- Fecal Analysis
- Dermatophyte Test Medium (DTM)
For pets recovering from injury or surgery, All Pets Vet Hospital has all things covered. We provide laser therapy, underwater treadmill, and electric stimulation therapy to get your dog or cat feeling comfortable as he or she heals.
Before, during, and after surgery, your pet does not need to experience pain. Prior to surgery, our staff makes certain your pet can handle anesthesia safely. And, after surgery, our onsite pharmacy also provides veterinary pain meds conveniently and right away.
Getting your pet on his or her path to optimal wellness is the main goal of All Pets Vet Hospital. That’s why we designed our 9,500-square-foot veterinary clinic to have a pharmacy onsite. This allows you to fill your pet’s prescription without running an additional errand around town. Even more importantly, it gets your pet’s treatment started that much faster.
All Pets Vet Hospital uses digital radiology (digital X-rays) to assess issues with bones and joints as well as dental conditions. Digital X-ray gives us the clearest imagery and makes it possible to easily share data with other specialists, if necessary.
Ultrasound is a useful diagnostic tool that goes way beyond pregnancy monitoring. When combined with radiography (X-rays) and laboratory data, ultrasound gives our veterinarians critical information about internal organ issues. In general, all of the abdominal organs are examined during a routine ultrasound.
Information obtained from thorough ultrasound examinations can:
- Diagnose illness or conditions
- Help with decision-making for borderline surgical cases
- Help in the planning of surgical procedures
- Enable appropriate specimen collection in biopsies
- Avoid anesthetic risks