X-Rays

A deeper look into your pet's wellbeing.

Sometimes we need a closer look to ensure the health of your pets. X-Ray is a standard diagnostic tool used to examine and evaluate various kinds of health problems, such as broken bones, tumours, and cancers.

 

A diagnosis gained from an x-ray can help treat diseases before they turn more serious. The most common types of X-rays for pets include abdominal, thoracic, and orthopedic.

Pet X-Rays

X-rays can be used to find out if your pet has swallowed something and how far it has gone. It can even help diagnose whether your dog is limping because of a general fracture or something more severe, like bone cancer.

 

The key to preventing health problems from deteriorating is to make a timely diagnosis of the issue your pet is facing, be it a limp or a cough. The right treatment at the right time will ensure that your pet can recover before the illness becomes more detrimental.

 

We use modern digital radiology at our pet clinic so that the X-ray we take can be digitally transferred immediately to the relevant personnel in a quick, hassle-free manner. You may want to transfer your pet’s X-rays to your family vet who knows your pet’s history or want to keep it in your pet’s record at home for future reference. The X-ray procedure is not painful, although it can be uncomfortable for your cat or dog, depending on what part of the body needs to be examined.

 

You can visit our veterinary clinic in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, for any radiology needs that your pet may have. We are also available on our given number, and a representative will assist you on the phone.

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