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Cat X-ray

Cat X-ray and Ultrasound

Diagnostic imaging is a great tool for identifying the cause of illness in cats and dogs. Our veterinarians are skilled in the acquisition and interpretation of x-rays.

What is the difference between a cat X-ray and a cat ultrasound?

An x-ray is a still image of your cat that is able to highlight changes in bone and some soft tissue. An ultrasound is real-time imaging/movies that allows us to see internal structures such as the heart, liver, kidneys etc.

Does the clinic also do feline dental X-rays?

Digital dental x-rays are available for patients undergoing dental procedures. The patient must be under general anesthesia to have dental x-ray’s performed.


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Geriatric Care - Looking After a Senior Pet

As your pet gets older, they need to get regular check-ups with your vet to make sure they are fit and healthy. Senior pets are more likely to have health issues, and monitoring with routine check-ups and bloodwork is a perfect way of keeping ahead of any illness.

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