Detailed Pet Diagnostics for Optimal Treatment in Canton, MI

Diagnostics are critical for helping us determine the presence of medical issues in pets so we can propose the best treatments. Laboratory testing and imaging give us the ability to identify and diagnose health conditions in sick or injured pets, and screen healthy pets for any abnormal signs. At Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital in Canton, we offer a complete in-house testing lab and digital radiography (X-ray) to diagnose and treat our patients.

This state-of-the-art technology gives us an advantage in efficiency, detail and accuracy. Therefore, we can better customize our patients' care according to their unique needs and circumstances.

If you are looking for more information about our diagnostic capabilities call us at (734) 844-8844 or book an appointment online!

Pet Diagnostics in Canton, MI

Our Dedicated In-House Laboratory

For pets with critical conditions or pets about to undergo surgery, time is a major factor. Our in-house laboratory suite allows our team to run tests quickly and obtain timely results so we can attend to our patients as promptly as possible. We offer in-house chemistry testing to assess organ function and blood values, which can take as little as 15 minutes.

Blood tests are an essential tool in screening for parasites, infections and evidence of certain diseases. In some cases, it may be necessary for us to send blood samples out for more extensive analysis. Additionally, we send all fecal tests to outside labs, which has been found to result in increased testing accuracy.

Cat and Dog X-Rays

Digital radiography (X-ray) is a non-invasive imaging tool that gives us a clear view of your pet's bones, chest cavity and abdominal cavity. We also offer digital dental X-ray to for a full view of your pet's oral cavity. The primary advantage digital X-ray has over traditional film X-ray is its ability to produce higher-quality images more quickly. We can detect and diagnose fractured bones, dental fractures, various orthopedic issues (arthritis, hip dysplasia) and heart problems.

Vet using ultrasound machine on a cat

Does Your Pet Need a More In-Depth Exam?

Is your pet due for routine blood testing? Are they behaving differently, and you think it may be due to a health issue? Call us at (734) 844-8844 or use our online form to make an appointment with our veterinarian. We look forward to helping you find answers so you can manage your pet's health.