Magnolia Veterinary Diagnostic Services
In-House Diagnostics for Fast, Efficient Care
When your pet is sick or injured, figuring out what’s wrong quickly can make an enormous difference in their treatment. At Emergency Pet Care of Texas, we are fully equipped with a suite of in-house diagnostic services that help us effectively triage and treat your pet. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited animal hospital, we use the latest diagnostic technologies, including laboratory testing, digital radiology, and ultrasounds, to help us diagnose your pet’s condition. When your pet is experiencing a health emergency, fast and accurate diagnostic testing is essential to making sure they get the right treatment.
Veterinary Laboratory Testing in Magnolia
As part of our suite of diagnostic services at Emergency Pet Care of Texas, we provide comprehensive in-house laboratory testing. Our veterinary team can take samples from your pet and deliver results in as little as 15 minutes.
Laboratory testing at Emergency Pet Care of Texas includes:
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- Blood chemistries
- Electrolyte status
- Glucose testing
- Blood coagulation
- Blood gases
- Lactate testing
While the above is an abbreviated list of all the tests we can perform on your pet, each can tell us important information about the health and condition of your pet, informing our treatment as we move forward. It’s important in many emergency cases to have fast and accurate information in order to properly treat your pet. At Emergency Pet Care of Texas, you can be sure that your pet is triaged and diagnosed quickly and effectively.
Digital Radiology & Ultrasound
Radiological imaging helps our Magnolia veterinarians see beyond your pet’s fur and get a look at their internal systems that a regular physical exam may miss. In times of emergencies and trauma, a clear picture of your pet’s insides can be essential to understanding what’s wrong and how we should treat their condition. At Emergency Pet Care of Texas, we use both x-rays and ultrasounds to diagnose your pet.
X-rays are used to image the solid or dense tissues of your pet’s body, likes bones or muscles. If we think your pet has a broken bone, we’ll often order x-ray imaging to assess the condition of the break and help us identify a treatment plan. We can also use x-rays to identify foreign bodies, such as a swallowed toy, to help guide us during surgeries.
Ultrasounds are used to image the soft or delicate tissues inside of your pet’s body, such as internal organs or pregnancies. If we suspect your pet is bleeding internally or has suffered damage to an organ, we’ll use an ultrasound to pinpoint the affected area so that we can properly treat their injury.
As with all of our treatments at Emergency Pet Care of Texas, we will make sure your pet’s results are made available to your regular veterinarian for follow up care.
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I can't say enough great things about Emergency Pet Care! I brought our Cocker Spaniel, Cody, after he refused to eat and was unsteady on his feet. The facility is very clean, well-staffed, and reasonably priced. Dr. Michelle Willbanks did a great job w”- Jennifer Screen
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