Pet Diagnostics and Testing in New Milford, CT

Our skilled technicians and doctors utilize our modern lab resources and equipment to better serve your medical needs for immediate answers.

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Pet Diagnostics and Testing

Diagnostic imaging allows our veterinarians and technicians to accurately diagnose your pet’s condition so that the proper treatment can be prescribed.

Pet Diagnostic Imaging

If you would like to learn more about ecgs or need to book an appointment for your pet, please give us a call at (860) 483-3993

Pet In-House Laboratory

We are pleased to provide the following diagnostic services to provide us with the most up-to-date information so that we can best assist your pet.

In-House Diagnostic Lab
Our on-site laboratory allows us to perform the following diagnostic testing:

  • Complete blood counts
  • Thyroid hormone assay
  • Blood chemistry profiles
  • Urinalysis
  • Urine protein/creatinine ratio (UPC)
  • Heartworm testing
  • Lyme and other tick-borne disease testing
  • Fungal cultures
  • Intestinal parasite screening
  • Blood smear and other cytology analysis
  • Cushing’s/Addison’s disease testing (ACTH stimulation testing)
  • Pancreatitis testing (FPL/CPL)
  • Bile acid measurement

Digital Radiography
We have the ability to digitally take radiographs (x-rays). This enables us to obtain x-rays fast to aid in our diagnoses. X-rays, in many situations, do not require anesthesia and are a low-stress, low-risk way to get more medical information.

EKG
The abbreviation EKG/ECG stands for electrocardiogram. This examines the heart’s electrical waves and impulses. This equipment is used frequently during surgical procedures and to diagnose cardiac problems.

Ultrasound
The abdominal organs can be imaged in detail with ultrasound imaging. Ultrasound imaging can help diagnose and stage a wide range of disorders, as well as aid in routine treatments and track disease progression. Ultrasound is a noninvasive, low-stress means of obtaining crucial information in many circumstances, and it rarely necessitates anesthesia.