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Posted on 09-28-2016
If your pet seems ill, this is the time when you’re most likely to visit your Canton veterinarians for advanced diagnostic services. We offer ultramodern testing and lab services are on-site and these immediate blood and imaging test results help our vets quickly diagnose your pet’s illness. This allows us to start proper treatment almost immediately to restore your pet's health.
Often, cats and dogs instinctively seek to hide any health problem or symptom that they experience--so waiting to notice symptoms is not wise. A semi-annual pet wellness visit, including diagnostic services, is crucial. This allows your Canton veterinarians to use our advanced diagnostic technology to perform screening tests, basic blood work or x-rays (digital imaging) to get a window on your pet’s health—even if he or she seems perfectly healthy. Your semi-annual visits are also great times for preventative pet care such as teeth cleaning, flea and tick prevention, vaccinations and other routine health service.
Blood tests, urinalysis and health monitoring by your local veterinary team are essential for young animals, older pets and all the ages and growth stages in between. We conduct blood tests similar to those your physician orders during your yearly physical exam. These blood chemistry screening tests for your pet help us catch potential disease early for proactive treatment. This approach helps increase your pet’s longevity and maintains a high quality of life for your loved one.
Our advanced diagnostic testing capabilities are most valuable when your pet has an emergency medical need. Fast, clear results from our digital radiography equipment let us see your pet’s internal condition quickly. There is no waiting for x-ray film to develop. What’s even better is that testing is done here, on-site, when you see the vet.
For fast diagnostic services and early treatment of pet illness, visit Acres Mill Veterinary Clinic, in Canton GA, today.
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