If your pet requires diagnostic blood testing, we can perform blood work in the clinic while you wait. In about 30 minutes we can have a full chemistry analysis and complete blood count (CBC), as well as a urinalysis to rapidly identify illness and allow us to proceed with a treatment plan. We also perform pre-surgical blood work the morning of surgery to ensure anesthetic safety. Our veterinarians frequently do on-site cytology to diagnose whether a mass or lump on your pet’s skin is benign or potentially cancerous.
We also employ the use of a full reference lab, where we can send out more complicated blood panels, urine and skin cultures, as well as other tests. Also available from our reference lab are free consultations with specialists on cases when needed.