When Your Pet Needs More Care… Pet Diagnostics in Peoria
Keeping your pet up-to-date on their vaccinations and routine wellness exams goes a long way towards keeping them healthy, but it’s important to expect the unexpected. As with humans, our animal companions are just as, if not more, susceptible to injury and illness. At Whitney Veterinary Hospital, we provide a number of pet diagnostics tools and tests to diagnose and treat illnesses and orthopedic issues in cats and dogs. Whether your pet is having chronic loose stool, or they’re not putting weight on one of their legs, our experienced veterinarians and certified veterinary technicians will work to find the cause.
Pet diagnostic tools allow us a more non-invasive approach to checking the condition of your pet’s internal systems. Using our advanced diagnostic equipment, we can assess organ function, blood cell count, bone density, urine concentration, and much more.
Our Pet Diagnostic Services
We offer a wide range of pet diagnostic services to help us pinpoint the causes of health problems in pets. The more tools we can utilize, the more efficiently we can diagnose their ailments and treat them. Our list of diagnostic services includes:
- Arthroscopy (for joint problems)
- Blood work and analysis
- Bronchoscopy (for examining airways)
- Dental radiography
- Endoscopy (for examining digestive tract)
- Radiology (X-rays)
- Rhinoscopy (examining inside of nose)
- Ultrasound (sonograms)
- Urinalysis (checks concentration and content of urine)
- Blood pressure
- Eye pressure
We’re Dedicated to Finding Solutions for Your Pet
Before utilizing diagnostics, one of our veterinarians will conduct a thorough examination of your pet. Following the exam, they will discuss the next steps that need to be taken. In some cases, a patient may need a combination of pet diagnostic services for us to cancel out other factors and make a clear diagnosis. Our veterinary team is committed to going above and beyond for our patients and their owners, because we understand how strong the human-animal bond can be.
If you have questions about our diagnostic services or would like to set up an appointment for your pet, give us a call at (309) 685-4707. We look forward to speaking with you.