Pet X-Rays in Martin

An X-ray, also known as a radiograph, is designed to view your pet’s tissues, internal organs, and bones. This diagnostic tool is used to assess multiple issues, including bladder stones, broken bones, and tumors. Additionally, pet X-rays can see if any organs are enlarged, whether or not they have swallowed a foreign object, and more. It is one of the most helpful and frequently used tools in modern veterinary healthcare.

X-rays are considered safe for pets, and modern digital radiography minimizes radiation exposure. However, we do our best to only rely on radiography occasionally and when necessary. Your pet may be sedated to get a clear image, but we do our best to keep your pet still through positive rewards and extra love to take pet X-rays without sedation.

The Major Benefits of X-rays

Radiography is painless, non-invasive, and can help to diagnose many health issues. In a matter of minutes, our team at Veterinarian Home Healthcare will have helpful information about your pet’s organs, bones, and much more.

Relief from conditions like arthritis, bone fractures, spinal cord diseases, cancer, bladder stones, and intestinal blockages all begin with an X-ray.

Schedule a Pet X-Ray With Veterinary Home Health Care

Veterinary Home Health Care is a certified Fear Free practitioner. This means we prioritize your pet’s comfort and well-being during exams. We’ll make sure they feel loved (and receive plenty of treats) during their next X-ray. To us, pets are family, and it’s important to treat them as such.

If you’d like to schedule an x-ray appointment for your pet, fill out our easy online contact form, or reach out to us by phone or email.