Diagnostics

Because our pets cannot speak, they can’t always let us know when they’re feeling sick or have suffered an injury. What’s more, many pets are able to tolerate pain much better than you may realize, making it difficult to detect when something might be wrong. It’s up to us, as caring pet parents and experienced veterinary professionals, to be able to recognize that a problem may exist and take the appropriate measures to address that potential problem. Noah’s Brandywine Animal Health Care Center uses a wide variety of advanced veterinary diagnostics to help us manage the ongoing health of our patients.

Whether it’s a routine blood test or something more in-depth, like an x-ray or ultrasound image, we’re well equipped to diagnose and treat whatever may be ailing your pet so we can get them back on the path to good health again as soon as possible. Our state of the art clinic also features a convenient in-house laboratory, which aids in the fast and accurate retrieval of test results. With many medical conditions, time is of the essence. The sooner we can get to the bottom of what’s bothering your pet, the better the chances of a positive outcome.

In some instances, our doctors may determine that more extensive or specialized testing might be necessary in order to reach an accurate and timely diagnosis. Noah’s Brandywine Animal Health Care Center has developed close working relationships with a number of quality outside laboratories, where we can send out our tests to be processed. These labs understand the importance of a fast and accurate turnaround, and work tirelessly to ensure that they return the results to us as quickly as possible.

Some of the routine and advanced diagnostic tests that can be performed at Noah’s Brandywine include:

  • Blood Work
  • Parasite Testing
  • Testing for Infectious Disease
  • Allergy Screening
  • Urinalysis
  • Fecal Testing
  • Digital Radiology (X-ray)
  • Dental X-ray
  • Ultrasound Imaging

Our testing enables us to screen for a variety of medical conditions that may be present but difficult to detect through an external exam, such as thyroid disease, adrenal gland disease and diabetes. Rest assured that if your pet is injured or sick, we’re well equipped and fully prepared to get to the bottom of even the most challenging of cases so we can help return your companion to his or her normal, healthy lifestyle again as soon as possible.

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