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We use our diagnostic tools in the service of our regular preventative care program, but also to help us get your pet back on all fours when they’re not feeling their best.
Animal Clinic of La Porte is here for you and your pet when they aren’t feeling their best. Whether you’re bringing your pet in to see us for their routine wellness exam, or if they need treatment for a non-routine issue, your La Porte veterinarian is ready and able to help you better understand your pet’s health.
As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, we boast a full suite of diagnostic tools to help us get a closer look at your pet’s health in good times and in bad.
We use our diagnostic tools in the service of our regular preventative care program, but also to help us get your pet back on all fours when they’re not feeling their best. Because we have these tools in our clinic, we’re able to more quickly get your pet back on the road to good health than if we had to wait for outside testing and results.
If your pet is experiencing a health problem, don’t delay! Bring them in to see us at Animal Clinic of La Porte. Call (281) 709-2186 to make an appointment.
As an AAHA-accredited animal hospital, we have a full suite of diagnostic tools at our disposal to help us identify and treat a wide range of medical conditions. Your La Porte veterinarian is highly trained to understand how to best help your pet.
Our onsite laboratory can conduct a variety of tests, including:
Blood chemistry analysis
Complete blood count (CBC)
Because we’re able to conduct so many tests in our clinic, we can deliver results to you more quickly than if we had to send your pet’s samples to an outside lab for testing. When your pet isn’t feeling well, speed can make a huge difference in their prognosis!
Another important tool in our diagnostic arsenal is our in-house radiological imaging. We offer digital x-rays at our clinic to take images of your pet’s bones and muscles as part of our diagnostic capabilities. X-ray imaging is pain-free and non-invasive, which means it is a great tool for investigating your pet’s health without any invasive measures.
X-rays can help us diagnose conditions such as:
Lumps or masses
We offer this safe and effective method of imaging to help us diagnose your pet. Though x-rays are non-invasive, we may still need to sedate your pet in order to get a clear picture. We’ll let you know what we need to do in order to make sure we get the best image possible.
No matter what we recommend, your La Porte veterinarian’s main priority is your pet’s health.