Our in-house laboratory, on-site pharmacy, diagnostic services, and veterinary clinic help our knowledgeable vets provide same-day test results, accurate diagnoses, and effective care for pets in Thomasville.
When you're concerned about your pet's health, having to wait for test results only adds to the stress.
Our in-house lab allows us to get results quickly so that we can diagnose your pet's symptoms and start treating them as soon as possible.
We perform the following tests in our in-house laboratory.
- Complete Blood Counts
- Blood Chemistry Panels
- Heartworm Detection
- Fecal Exams
- Electrolyte Evaluation
- Skin & Ear Cytology
- Feline Leukemia
- Feline Immunodeficiency
No question, one of the best moments of my life. Coco beat the odds. She is home. Taking time off from work to focus on my health. Grateful for everyone who has reached out. I've been blown away by the generosity and support. Thank you to Thomasville Veterinary Hospital, specifically Dr. Karl Milliren and his wonderful staff. I can't commend them enough.
At our on-site pharmacy, we have access to a wide variety of medications and prescription diets.
Having easy access to the medications or specialty foods that your pet needs is not only convenient but can provide reassurance, knowing that your pet's health is always monitored.
Visit the pharmacy during your appointment or at your convenience to fill and refill your pet's prescriptions, ask questions, and receive expert advice.
Diagnostic imaging uses electromagnetic radiation and other technologies, including veterinary ultrasounds, to capture detailed images of your pet's internal systems. We use these to make accurate diagnoses and provide efficient, effective treatment.
- Digital Radiology (X-Rays)
As we examine your pet, we take digital x-rays to capture high-quality images of their internal structures. We pull these images up instantly on a computer screen and manipulate them as required.
This software provides extremely detailed images quickly and safely, so we can accurately diagnose and treat your pet.
When a pet has a tumor or consumes something it shouldn't have, an ultrasound can help us find and identify the object. To do this, our vets need to see the architecture of the animal's organ. They use ultrasound to transmit sound waves into your pet's body to create an image.
This non-invasive technology is also used to diagnose hemoabdomen and pericardial effusion (blood in the abdomen and around the heart). It helps us distinguish fluid from foreign bodies or soft tissue masses, a task that can be difficult to do with a digital x-ray.
Endoscopy uses special video cameras to take a minimally invasive approach to look within your pet's body cavity or organs. This equipment helps us diagnose and remove stones and place feeding tubes.