Health Screening Tests

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    Feline Leukemia Virus /Feline Immunodeficiency (AIDS)Virus Testing

    We recommend testing any new unvaccinated kittens for feline leukemia and FIV, these are terminal contagious illnesses in cats that are eventually fatal. For further information on feline leukemia and…

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    Fecal Examination

    Routine fecal examinations are commonly used to assess gut health with in your pet and to evaluate for parasite burden. We recommend routine fecal examinations on pets who are not…

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    Thyroid

    We routinely draw blood to assess the thyroid levels with in your pet, hypothyroidism (thyroid is to low) is a common issue in aging dogs that may need additional supplementation…

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    Complete Blood Count/Chemistry Panel

    These are blood tests routinely preformed to check the underlying health of your pet and can be useful in diagnosis of underlying issues/disease. The complete blood count allows us to…

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    Heartworm

    We recommend yearly testing your pet for heartworms, this involves a small amount of blood drawn to evaluate if there are circulating Microfiliaria (immature forms of heartworms that circulate the…

  • Hip Dysplasia

    Canine hip dysplasia (abnormal development of the hip joint) begins when the hip joint in a young dog becomes loose or unstable. If left undiagnosed and untreated, this instability causes…