Veterinary Diagnostics & Laboratory Testing in Everett
Investigating Your Pet’s Health with In-Depth Testing
Our pets are very good at hiding when they’re not feeling well. They have a tendency to hide their symptoms, which makes figuring out what is ailing them very difficult. Fortunately, at Diamond Veterinary Hospital, we offer a full range of diagnostic and laboratory testing services to help us figure out what is ailing your pet. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, we are fully equipped with the latest veterinary diagnostic technology, including digital radiology and an on-site laboratory, to help us diagnose your pet quickly and effectively. Faster diagnostics means we can get your pet treated and back on all fours faster.
In addition to using diagnostics when your pet isn’t feeling their best, our veterinary team will use testing with your pet’s regular wellness exams as part of our focus on preventative care. Keeping a close eye on your pet’s internal health helps us understand their overall health needs, and will also establish a baseline to compare future test results against.
Laboratory Testing at Diamond Veterinary Hospital
We are proud to offer laboratory services on-site so you can get your pet’s results back quicker than if we had to rely on an outside laboratory.
Our on-site laboratory can perform tests such as:
- Chemistry screens
- Complete blood counts (CBCs)
- Thyroid profiles
- Internal parasite testing
Each of the above tests can provide our veterinary team with a wealth of information about your pet’s internal health. We may be able to perform additional tests not listed above, all in the service of understanding your pet’s health.
In addition to laboratory testing at Diamond Veterinary Hospital, we offer radiological services including digital x-rays and ultrasounds. These forms of radiology can help us see beyond your pet’s fur at their internal organs and bones without any invasive measures. If your pet’s physical exam or laboratory results indicate there might be something more going on under their fur, your veterinarian in Everett may order radiographs to get a closer look. Both digital x-rays and ultrasounds are non-invasive and pain-free, which means we get more information on your pet’s condition without taking extreme measures.
Radiographs can help us see:
- Detailed images of your pet’s bones, joints, and muscles
- Detailed images of your pet’s teeth and jaw for dental exams
- Internal organs
- Foreign objects
- Heart and blood flow function
Our veterinary team will use the images produced by the radiological technology to help us diagnose your pet. With all of this technology at our fingertips, you can be sure that your pet is in good hands at Diamond Veterinary Hospital.
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