Mobile Ultrasound

Does your pet need specialized diagnostic testing?

When an animal family member isn’t feeling well, it can be stressful for everyone. Having to bring your pet to a specialty clinic where he or she is not familiar or comfortable can only make matters worse. At Paw Prints Animal Hospital we want our patients to receive the care they need in a way that minimizes stress as much as possible. That’s why we’ve partnered with a local specialty practice that offers mobile ultrasound services. Not only is this more convenient for you, but it’s also much better for your pet.

Ultrasound imaging provides a non-invasive way to examine the inside of your pet’s body and diagnose potential health concerns. It is safe and painless, yet offers highly-accurate images that allow us to evaluate how your pet’s body is functioning. Some of the many ailments and medical conditions ultrasound can be used to identify and diagnose include:

  • Heart Disease (Congenital or Age-Related)
  • Tumors
  • Bladder and/or Kidney Stones
  • Diseases of the Organs (Liver, Gall Bladder, Kidney)
  • Gastrointestinal Problems
  • Much More…

In many cases, traditional diagnostic testing, such as blood work and x-rays aren’t enough to reach a definitive diagnosis. Ultrasound provides the added level of insight our doctors need to ensure that your pet receives the most timely and effective care. Should an ultrasound be recommended, we’ll arrange for our partners to bring their state-of-the-art equipment with them to administer the test right at our clinic. By cutting down on the level of stress your companion experiences, we can more accurately diagnose and treat whatever may be ailing him or her.

If your pet has been acting unusual lately and you’re concerned an illness or injury might be to blame, contact us right away. We can conduct the necessary testing and arrange for in-clinic specialized care as needed. Call today to learn more.

 

  •  

    103
  •  

    • Mel HubbardMel Hubbard

      Let me start off by saying we have been going to Paw Prints since we moved here in 2013 and our dog Nickel has been seeing Dr. Eddie Crittendon.

      Nickel has gotten up there in age and has had more and more health related issues. Dr. Eddie Crittendon was always compassionate and even warned us last year to prepare ourselves for when the time comes because eventually the medication was going to stop working.

      Dr. Eddie Crittendon and his assistant where kind and empathetic to us having made the hard decision that no dog parent wants to have to make. They both treated Nickel with love and dignity. They never once made me feel bad for crying which is something I don’t ever do in front of anyone. He also took the extra step of making her comfortable and talking to her like she was his own dog.

      Thank you for being who you are Dr. Eddie Crittendon you truly love animals and it shows.

      We do have another dog and he will continue to go see Dr. Eddie Crittendon and his assistant!

      Read More
    • Susan DeanSusan Dean

      Friendly staff today Petey loved his tech

      Read More
    • Chelsey RossChelsey Ross

      Dr. Hunt cared greatly for my sweet Rosie when she first got sick, unfortunately my sweet girl had to be euthanized due to her condition and Dr. Cousins was the one to do so. He was so patient with us and allowed me to say my goodbyes and hold her until the very end. ❤️ I also take my boy Enzo there and they are great with him too!

      Read More
    • Karen M BicknellKaren M Bicknell

      We’ve taken our dogs here for the last 12 years. They have always been great with them.

      Read More
    • Thomas C.Thomas C.

      I just changed to them and was really happy with everyone but most important my girl Stella was happy too.Dr. Eddie Crittendon was very impressive they way... Read More