If your pet has been scheduled for an appointment with us you can fill out the appointment paperwork ahead of time! Click the appointment type you have scheduled, and complete the forms. You can complete these online and email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or print them to bring with you to the appointment. You can find general information about our diagnostic procedures below.
We do not take walk-ins, so please call ahead of time to schedule your pet. If you have questions about estimated cost for our procedures please call our office.Ultrasound Appointment Packet & What to Expect:
We operate by a "drop off" system for our ultrasounds. That means your pet will be dropped off with us at a scheduled time and we will call you when your pet is ready to go home. Using this system allows us to accommodate any emergencies that local veterinarians may need to send for diagnostic imaging.
Your pet will be shaved according to the body cavity we ultrasound and may need to be sedated for the procedure.
All reporting will be sent directly to your veterinarian who will call you with the imaging and any pathology results. These reports can also be emailed to you by request.CT Appointment Packet & What to Expect:
Similar to our "drop off" system with ultrasound, your pet will be dropped off with us at scheduled time in the morning for the CT procedure.
All CT procedures require full anesthesia to complete. When the CT has been completed and your pet is waking up, one of our licensed veterinary technicians will call you to discuss the CT procedure and give an pick up time.
The following links are listed to provide you with additional online information and resources.
Pet Emergency Clinic
Animal Eye Clinic of Spokane
Dermatology for Animals
Dr. Rose Miller
Pacific Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery
Dr. Tammy White
Health Certification: OFA - Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
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