Making a Detailed Evaluation of Your Pets Health with Diagnostics.
Routine physical exams can tell us a lot about what’s happening with your pet’s health, but there are many things that can be overlooked unless we take a more in-depth approach. That’s where our Veterinary Diagnostic Services come in, whether we need to evaluate the state of your pet’s blood, bones, or internal organs, our in-house diagnostic team at Hartsville Animal Hospital gives you the capability to help your pet. If your pet has a serious illness or injury, it’s essential that we make the most accurate diagnosis so we can properly treat their condition.
We can utilize our in-house diagnostic equipment to not only diagnose illness and injury, but as a pre-surgical safety measure to make sure your dog or cat can properly metabolize anesthesia. Only with laboratory testing can we be sure that your dog and cat’s internal systems are functioning correctly.
Please meet our friendly, knowledgeable staff and learn about our comprehensive veterinary services. We’re confident that once you do, you’ll want us to become your veterinary partner for life!.
As humans, when we are sick, we have the ability to go to the doctor, to explain what’s wrong and to receive the appropriate treatment.
When our animals become ill, or have suffered an injury, however, it’s much more challenging to figure out what’s wrong.
Because pets can’t speak, they can’t tell us what’s bothering them, where it hurts or what their symptoms are.
Our in-house Diagnostics and Laboratory Services allows our doctors to get the results they need, exactly when those results are needed.
In many cases, we can have answers for you before you and your pet even leave our office.
Our in-house lab testing capability includes fecal analysis, urine analysis, heartworm testing, tick borne disease screening, feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus testing, parvovirus testing, complete blood count, electrolytes, and more;
- In-house lab testing
- Giardia testing
- Blood Chemistry
- Heart Screening
- Digital radiography (X-rays)
- Outside lab testing
- Thyroid testing
- Fecal testing
Your First Visit
The first visit will allow us to get to know each other better, and check your pet’s health and start preventive care to prevent against future illnesses.
You can ask our veterinarians any questions you may have about your pet!
During your pet’s first visit, your veterinarian will do a head-to-tail exam and check your pets overall health.