Cat & Dog X-Ray, Ultrasound, & Lab Diagnostics in Plantation, FL

At Plantation Midtown Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional, stress-free care for your beloved pets. While regular checkups are essential, we understand that some situations demand a deeper understanding of your pet's health. Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to offering cutting-edge diagnostic services tailored to the unique needs of your canine or feline companion.

Our animal hospital in Plantation, FL is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology designed for every pet that’s in our care. From advanced imaging techniques to comprehensive laboratory analyses, we're equipped to uncover any underlying health issues and provide the highest quality of care for your pet.

Reach out to Plantation Midtown Animal Hospital at (954) 473-8090 if you have any questions or need to book a visit!

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The Importance of Veterinary Diagnostics for Healthy Pets

Routine diagnostics during veterinary visits play a major role in disease prevention and early detection. By conducting regular screenings for conditions such as heartworms, intestinal parasites (roundworms, hookworms, etc.), kidney disease, liver disease, and thyroid issues, we can help ensure your pet enjoys a longer, healthier life.

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Diagnostic Imaging and Laboratory Testing for Pets

Before performing any diagnostic tests, we conduct a thorough physical examination to assess your pet's overall health. Our diagnostic services include:

  • Bloodwork

    Complete Blood Count: Identifies infection, inflammation, and anemia
    Chemistry Profile: Detects liver, kidney, electrolyte, and muscle disorders
    Thyroid Function: Screens for hyper- or hypothyroidism

  • Fecal Testing

    Identifies intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and coccidia

  • Urine Testing (Urinalysis)

    Detects urinary tract infections, urinary crystals, kidney disease, and diabetes

  • Cultures

    Identifies potential infections of the urine, ears, and skin

  • Radiographs (X-rays)

    Reveals fractures, intestinal issues, bladder stones, arthritis, and cancer

  • Ultrasound

    Detects gastrointestinal, liver, kidney, pancreatic, adrenal, and bladder diseases

  • Echocardiogram

    Evaluates heart health and detects cardiac abnormalities

  • CT Scan

    Provides detailed imaging for neurological conditions and cancer

Personalizing Your Pet’s Care with Veterinary Diagnostics

Once we diagnose your pet, we work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your pet's specific needs. Whether it involves utilizing our in-house laboratory for timely results or conducting imaging studies, your pet will receive compassionate care at every step of their care.

For tips on how to maintain your pet’s dental health or if you suspect they might be suffering from gum disease, contact us soon at (954) 473-8090 to set up an appointment!