With our own ultrasound, our vets can gain a better understanding of what may be going on in certain patients.

Ultrasound scanning is a painless procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to produce images of organs and structures within the body. When sound waves are aimed into the body, some are absorbed by body tissues and others bounce back. The sound waves that bounce back are measured by the ultrasound machine and are transformed into an image of a particular body area.