Our clinic houses an in-house laboratory with the capabilities to perform bloodwork, fecal exams, urinalysis, and other lab work. These tests give your veterinarian a window into your pet's health that helps them detect common ailments, such as heartworm, diabetes, and kidney disease. By performing tests at our clinic, rather than shipping samples off to a regional laboratory for testing, we have access to your pet's results immediately. In the case that the results uncover a concern, we can make a diagnosis and get started on an appropriate treatment plan quickly.
White Oak Veterinary Clinic is proud to offer this modern advancement in veterinary care. There are many advantages to employing digital radiology over traditional film radiology. First, the digital format eliminates the processing and development time needed for film x-rays, delivering faster results. Digital radiology also gives our doctors the ability to manipulate images for a clearer view and to easily send an image to a specialist for a second opinion. X-rays help us identify a variety of medical problems, including bone fractures and breaks, bladder stones, and tumors.
Just like in human medicine, electrocardiogram (ECG) is used in veterinary medicine to measure electrical impulses of the heart. This information helps your veterinarian diagnose heart conditions. We also use ECG to monitor your pet's heart rate during surgeries that require general anesthesia.
Located directly across from White Oak Park on the corner of Jacks Run Road and McClintock Road.