Portland Veterinary Diagnostics
Your Pet’s Health: Solved
Lombard Animal Hospital is here for you and your pet whether you’re bringing them in for a routine visit or because they’re not feeling their best. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited clinic, we offer the latest veterinary diagnostic tools in Portland. Our onsite diagnostic services can help figure out what’s ailing your pet quickly, thereby getting them treatment faster than if they had to visit an outside laboratory for testing.
Our in-house diagnostic services are available as part of your pet’s regular wellness exams too! We use the same diagnostic tools we use when your pet isn’t feeling well to monitor their health on an ongoing basis. This enables our veterinary team to track your pet’s health over time, allowing us to spot changes before they become an issue.
Comprehensive Diagnostic Services
As an AAHA accredited clinic, Lombard Animal Hospital is fully equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions. Our veterinary team is Fear Free certified to help your pet feel safe and comfortable throughout the diagnostic process.
Out onsite laboratory can conduct tests such as:
- Blood chemistries
- Complete blood count (CBC)
- Electrolyte testing
- Fecal checks
Since we’re able to conduct the above tests, and other tests like them, on site, we can deliver results faster than if you had to wait for an outside laboratory. This is essential when your pet isn’t feeling their best and needs medical help right away.
Radiology is another important diagnostic tool that we’re proud to offer in-house at Lombard Animal Hospital. We provide the latest digital x-ray technology for efficient, accurate imaging in house to image your pet’s internal systems as part of our diagnostic process.
X-rays can help us diagnose conditions such as:
- Broken bones
- Traumatic injuries
- Lumps or masses
- Foreign objects
X-rays are extremely safe and can be very effective in helping us diagnose your pet. They are best used for imagine the solid or dense parts of your pet’s body. Because x-rays produce still images, particularly anxious or aggressive pets may need to be lightly sedated in order to get a clear picture. Our Fear Free certified team will be by your pet’s side to make sure that the process is as stress-free as possible.
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