Veterinary Diagnostics in Payson
Understanding Your Pet’s Health
Payson Pet Care is here for you and your pet, whether they’re healthy or feeling under the weather. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited veterinary clinic, we use the latest diagnostic technologies to take the guessing out of our diagnosis. Our onsite services are critical to making sure your pet gets the care they need in a timely fashion. Our Payson veterinarians will help your pet get back on all fours fast!
In addition to diagnosing sick animals, our team will often use diagnostics as part of your pet’s routine healthcare. We use these tools to build a clear picture of your pet’s normal health, so that when they come in when they are unwell, we’re able to more easily see the differences in the results.
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Payson Pet Care is fully equipped to handle a wide range of your pet’s health needs. We are able to offer the best and most up-to-date veterinary diagnostic technologies.
Laboratory testing includes:
- Blood chemistries
- Electrolyte testing
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- Fecal checks
All of the above is handled in our in-house laboratory, which means your pet gets results faster than waiting for an offsite lab. This helps us get your pet the treatment they need, which puts them on the road to recovery faster too!
Radiological Imaging Services
Another important diagnostic tool we use at Payson Pet Care is radiology. We offer digital radiology and ultrasounds onsite, which allow us to take images of your pet’s bones and internal systems immediately, without making another appointment at a different clinic. Digital radiology allows us to get results within minutes, which can make a huge difference in your pet’s treatment and recovery.
Radiological imaging can help us see:
- Broken bones
- Traumatic injuries
- Cardiovascular system
- Lumps or masses
- Foreign objects
Depending on what’s ailing your pet, our veterinary team may recommend different types of radiology, such as x-rays or ultrasounds. Both versions of radiological imaging can be helpful in identifying and diagnosing your pet’s health issue in a non-invasive and pain-free manner. We will use x-rays to take images of the dense or solid parts of your pet’s body, such as bones or muscles. If we’re looking for a pregnancy or for information about your pet’s soft tissues and internal organs, we’ll use an ultrasound instead.
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In a time of heartbreak, the staff and Dr were amazingly compassionate and loving as our entire family gathered, one on face time, to say goodbye to our dog Shadow.” - Debbie Kimball
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