Veterinary Diagnostics, Laboratory & Specialty Services
Care Veterinary Clinic and Care at the Courtyard Veterinary Clinic offer diagnostic technology designed to address the needs of sick and injured pets, as well as routine diagnostic testing for healthy animals. Our hospitals are equipped to provide diagnostic services to meet your pet's health care needs.
Veterinary Radiology Services
Our on-site, modern X-ray equipment provides high-quality radiographs to aid in the diagnosis of many disorders. We also offer the extraordinary detail of digital X-rays, most useful in our pet dental care program.
Dr. Ann Campbell is certified to perform the complex PennHIP evaluation for our canine patients. The University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program, known as PennHIP, is a remarkable diagnostic procedure. A multifaceted X-ray process, the PennHIP evaluation assesses the stability of the hip and measures hip joint laxity in dogs. PennHIP evaluations accurately predict the development of osteoarthritis, the degenerative joint disease that is the hallmark of canine hip dysplasia.
PennHIP is an advanced radiographic technique paired with a network of veterinarians trained to perform the unique PennHIP methodology. These certified members send their results to the PennHIP analysis center for evaluation. This scientific database houses PennHIP data from around the world for use in improving canine diagnosis, treatment, and breeding techniques.
Electrocardiography (ECG) Services
We provide ECG services on-site, as well as offer consultations with board-certified cardiology specialists. We use the services of IDEXX Laboratory's Cardiopet for access to excellence in veterinary medicine. Cardiopet offers radiology, cardiology, and specialty services focused on taking swift and precise clinical action. Offering more than a detailed report, Cardiopet consultants have a deep understanding of this veterinary specialty and are top experts in the field.
From pre-operative assessments to in-depth cardiology evaluations, we're ready for your pet with IDEXX Cardiopet.
An ultrasound transducer emits high-frequency sound waves into the body and records a sound pattern, creating either a still picture or a moving image on our monitor. This imaging technology is painless, non-invasive, and requires no chemicals or radiation, making it safe for developing fetuses. It is also convenient for online sharing with consulting specialists.
Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
Our in-house laboratory facilities provide for serum chemistry, hematology, serology, urinalysis, and parasite testing. We also utilize commercial veterinary laboratories for specialized diagnostics and consultations.
Contact the Care Veterinary Clinic most convenient to you for more about our veterinary diagnostic program.
"Very caring and compassionate"– William & Grace P.
"The best care for your animals in the valley"– Michael J.
"Clinic is super clean and well organized. Staff is very professional, helpful, and friendly"– M. Crawford
"I was so impressed with the professionalism at your office. Bella and myself were treated so lovingly and caring. I felt at ease the moment I met the doctor and felt her warm care toward Bella"– K. Spears
"Excellent! Quality of care is the best"– Cherri & Randy S.