Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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In-house lab work: Our in-house lab includes IDEXX equipment to check blood chemistry, electrolytes and complete blood counts. We also have a SNAP reader to check thyroid levels. We have a high-powered microscope to read the cytology of skin samples, as well as samples taken from growths and tumors. We also use IDEXX laboratories for confirmations of abnormal results.
Radiology: X-rays can be performed while you wait, or you may drop off your pet for this procedure. We also have a dental x-ray unit. Dr. McInnis also performs ultrasounds for a variety of reasons, including pregnancy checks and to survey internal organs.
Blood pressure monitoring and EKG: Blood pressure and EKG monitors are continuously employed during surgical procedures, but our equipment can also be used to check your pet's heart during an examination.
Tonometry: For pets with eye problems, our Tonopen is used to check eye pressures for such problems as glaucoma.