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Our skilled and qualified teams regularly use X-Rays as a method of pin-pointing a health issue and developing a precise diagnosis. Taking an in-depth and non-intrusive look at your pet’s internal structure allows us to determine what procedure would best suit your pet’s unique situation. If surgery can be avoided, we will take all proper steps to ensure the affected area heals efficiently, with minimal discomfort.

To further enhance our diagnostic precision, our veterinarians may perform a sonogram. Sometimes X-Rays are not sufficient to properly visualize the affected area of your pet’s internal body structure. Through the use of sound waves, the sonogram provides our team with a 3D visual of your pet’s inner workings, allowing us to clearly see what is causing the health issue. Most of the time, we use the X-Ray results in combination with those of the sonogram in order to ensure the most precise diagnosis so that we may administer the most appropriate care.

Thoracic and Abdominal Ultrasound

Thanks to the large number of qualified and specialized vets on our team, these imaging tests are performed right out of our 4 hospital locations. You won’t need to travel to multiple clinics, nor will you need to endure long wait times; all will be done under one roof.


Our hospitals all have the necessary equipment to take x-rays of your pet. X-rays are essential tools in the diagnosis of many conditions. Following the analysis of the x-ray, our veterinarian and technician team will be able to clearly communicate to you the proper steps for a good treatment.

Dental X-Rays

Like standard x-rays, dental radiology is a tool used by our veterinary teams to assess the oral health of your pet. The captured images allow us to see the jaw, teeth and roots helping us provide the best treatment possible for your cat or dog.


Endoscopy is used to observe the inside of the trachea, bronchi, stomach, intestines, or urogenital system to detect a problem difficult to see on regular X-rays or other conventional methods.