Dog X-ray and Ultrasound
The Campbell River Veterinary Hospital has digital x-ray for our clients. Digital x-ray limits the need for repeat x-rays and therefore minimizes radiation to your pet. Digital x-rays provide a clear picture for the vet to evaluate. We also can send our x-rays to a board-certified radiologist to review.
Blood tests provide the veterinarians with an inside look at your dog’s overall health. Blood work is recommended and/or necessary before surgery to reduce the risk of a general anesthetic. Blood work is also used to monitor the body’s systems when on long-term medications.
What types of surgical services do you provide for dogs? Elective surgeries like spays and neuters, our doctors also offer a wide variety of soft tissue surgery. Is blood work and IV Fluids really necessary for my dog’s spay or neuter? Blood work detects underlying conditions and provides a baseline...
Urinalysis and Fecal Exam
Urinalysis is used for chronic and acute testing, to determine disease, infection, sediment, cells, debris, etc. Often a Urinalysis is run along with a blood panel for a complete picture of health.