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Pet X-Rays and Diagnostics in North Greenville, NC

Cat and dog x-rays and veterinary diagnostics are an essential part of veterinary medicine. Since cats and dogs can’t communicate with us clearly about how they’re feeling, it’s up to us to detect illness as soon as possible and get them on the path to recovery. At Trinity Veterinary Hospital, we rely on our diagnostic equipment to tell us what’s happening beneath the surface and help us with the early detection of disease so we can implement early treatment.

The Importance of Annual Blood Work for Your Pet

We use our in-house lab for annual blood work that we perform at every check-up appointment for your pet. This service is vital to maintaining their health as it helps immensely with the early detection of disease. The sooner we detect illness, the sooner (and more effectively) we can treat it. Blood work allows us to look at specific components of the blood, all of which give us information about your pet’s immune system, organ health, and more. Plus, our lab is able to analyze other biological samples including feces, skin cells, and urine.

Tests we may run include:

  • Complete blood count (CBCs)
  • Blood chemistry panels
  • Fecal exam
  • Heartworm test
  • Tick-borne disease screening
  • Urinalysis
  • Cytology (skin tests)
  • And more

Seeing Beneath the Surface with Digital X-Rays for Pets

Cat and dog X-rays are a common diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine. They help us visualize your pet’s internal structures so we can detect abnormalities, injuries, and even disease. Digital X-rays are far superior to film in that they emit far less radiation, require no heavy metals for processing, and take far less time to develop, meaning a faster procedure for your pet. Plus, we’re able to easily send the digital file to you or to specialists for a second opinion. We often use our X-ray machine for the following:

  • Pre-anesthetic exams for senior pets
  • Fractures and joint injuries
  • Foreign body ingestion
  • Abdominal obstructions
  • Bladder and kidney stones
  • Dental disease
  • And more