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Dog X-ray and Ultrasound

Radiographs (x-rays) are a commonly used tool in both veterinary and human medicine. X-rays reveal almost every soft tissue in the body (stomach, intestines, bladder, heart, kidneys and lungs) in addition to bones. At Centretown, the digital x-rays we utilize provide detailed information to help identify and diagnose a host of issues.

How do you use x-ray and radiology services at your clinic?

It is through this imaging that veterinarians are able to get a “picture” of what is going on inside your pet. They are often the greatest clues to both disease and the effectiveness of treatment.

How should I prepare my dog for their x-ray appointment?

Feel free to ask questions and talk to one of our team members to discuss any special requirements, but most often there is no special preparation needed for x-rays. On occasion, fasting instructions or timing of elimination may be required.


Archie the dog lying on a bed with dental health book, toothbrush and toothpaste

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One of our RVTs Emily and her fur baby Archie show us how to properly take care of your pet's teeth!

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