It's important that our clients and patients receive lab results as soon as possible. That is why at Family Pet Clinic, our medical team uses our in-house laboratory to provide quick turnaround times. This is particularly useful in cases of injury or illness, as well as making wellness visits, routine fecal exams, and blood work all the more convenient.
Our medical team recommends your pet have bloodwork done at least once per year. This, in addition to the physical exam and fecal exam, gives us a clear insight into the overall health condition of your pet. Bloodwork reveals blood chemistry levels and organ function, which can help us properly assess disorders that may occur during your pet's lifetime.
Below are some of the diagnostic tests performed with our in-house laboratory:
Digital radiography, better known as an x-ray, uses advanced medical technology to produce high-resolution images of body organs and bones. The images provide us with insight with the size, shape, and position of these internal systems. From these images, we can determine if bodily systems are in good condition and if not, it allows us to prescribe more effective treatments.
Reviewing the size and shape of organs can reveal health concerns, such as tumors and intestinal blockages, as well as identify ailments like bladder stones, arthritis, and spinal cord diseases.
The digital radiography process is completely painless, safe and non-invasive. A very low dose of radiation is omitted, which makes it safe for all pets. Also, the process does not take long and can be recommended and completed the same day.
Dermatitis is a medical term that means any condition affecting the skin. Dermatological issues and allergies can cause irritation, pain and mental distress. Pets may acquire dermatitis for a number of reasons, including hormonal problems, allergies, autoimmune disorders, diseases, cancers, and tumors.
Our medical team is trained to properly assess the root causes of dermatological issues and recommend proper treatment so your pet can get back to feeling comfort and relief.
Symptoms of a dermatological condition:
If you notice one or more of these symptoms in your pet, please do not hesitate to contact us or schedule an appointment.
Diagnosing the problem is the first step to solving it. Oftentimes, a simple visual examination is enough to make a diagnosis.
If our medical team thinks further examination is warranted, we will recommend diagnostic tests such as blood samples, allergy testing, and skin scrapings. Our on-site diagnostic laboratory helps us speed up this process and get results faster.
Based on the overall assessment by our medical team, we will discuss with you proper treatment options. Such options include creams, injections, medications and avoidance of the allergen.
Urgent Care Hours: Sundays from 10am-1pm. Read more. The office will be closed from 1pm - 2pm on Monday - Friday. On surgery days the drop off time will be at 8am.
1441 Bridgetown Pike
Feasterville, PA 19053
534 2nd Street Pike
Southampton, PA 18966
The office will be closed from 1pm - 2pm on Monday - Friday. On surgery days the drop off time will be at 8am.