Diagnostics and Blood Work

When it comes to our animals, we want to do everything in our power to keep them healthy. This means regular veterinarian check-ups and preventative care measures like vaccinations and routine bloodwork. Routine diagnostics is one of the most useful things you can have done for your pet – it can help identify health problems before they become serious. In this article, we'll discuss the importance of these techniques for animals and why you should bring them over to Redlands Pet Clinic serving Grand Junction, CO.

Diagnostics and Blood Work

What Is Bloodwork and Why Is It Important for Pets?

So what is it and why is it so important? This technique, sometimes as a part of a pet exam, measures the levels of various substances in your pet's blood. These substances can include enzymes, hormones, proteins, and minerals.

It can help your vet detect a wide variety of health problems, including infections, liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes, anemia, and cancer. It can also help them assess how well your pet's organs are functioning and check for any potential problems.

In short, it is important in that it helps us keep your pet healthy through preventative care. You’ll catch problems early or prevent them altogether. Ask our vet about this service at your next visit.

What Is Diagnostics, and Why Is It Important for Pets?

Like what we touched on before, this service is a series of tests that help detect health problems in pets. It may include x-rays. These tests allow us to get a clear picture of your pet's organs and how they are functioning.

This service can be vital in detecting problems early on before they become serious. It can also help your vet develop a treatment plan specific to your pet's needs. Some tests are even used to screen for diseases like cancer. Other illnesses we can detect with this service are:

  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease
  • Infections
  • Pancreatitis
  • Diabetes

If your pet is showing any signs of illness, we may recommend diagnostic testing. These tests can help them determine what is causing the problem and how to best treat it. Early detection and treatment are key to keeping your pet healthy and happy.

Visit Us for a Pet Exam and Preventative Care from Our Veterinarian

As you can see, these services are important tools that help use keep your animals healthy. Bring your pet over to Redlands Pet Clinic serving Grand Junction, CO. We offer a range of other veterinary services with our veterinarian. Call us at (970) 245-4060 to schedule an appointment.

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