When your pet’s diagnosis is unclear, diagnostic imaging may be recommended to visualize their internal health. Imaging is a safe and non-invasive way to diagnose or rule out many conditions, or ensure your pet is healthy prior to surgery or anesthesia. We offer several on-site imaging modalities to suit every circumstance, including digital X-rays and ultrasound.
  • Digital X-rays — X-rays provide fast, accurate still images of your pet’s internal structures and are especially helpful for assessing bones, heart shape and size, and lung conditions, and identifying gastrointestinal or urinary obstructions.
  • Ultrasound — Ultrasound provides dynamic real-time images of soft tissues, organ function, and blood flow.
With on-site capabilities, your pet’s veterinarian can quickly identify or confirm a diagnosis and take the appropriate action, such as, surgery or treatment, without unnecessary delay—providing the answers you need and the relief your pet deserves.


Ultrasound imaging is a painless, non-invasive imaging modality that can provide fast and convenient results for critical and outpatient pets. Ultrasound uses harmless sound waves to produce detailed images of soft tissue structures, including the abdominal organs and heart. Because ultrasound is dynamic, organ function and blood flow can be observed in real-time. Ultrasound can also be used to accurately obtain samples, such as urine or tissue biopsies, for analysis. Conditions such as organ enlargement, cancer, and abnormal fluid accumulation can be identified, helping our veterinarians reach a diagnosis and begin treatment quickly.  +


When your pet needs surgery, you want to know they’re in capable and loving hands. Our highly-trained team is dedicated to providing the best possible care for your pet, prioritizing their safety and comfort before, during, and after every procedure. Our customized anesthetic protocols are designed to meet your pet’s individual needs and ensure a smooth and pain-free experience, while our veterinarian’s gentle surgical techniques minimize tissue trauma and improve recovery times. During your pet’s discharge appointment, we’ll review the surgery, explain your pet’s post-operative instructions, and answer any questions so you can feel confident about providing at-home care. +