xrayAt TLC Pet Medical Center, our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest in veterinary diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, including: A complete in-house laboratory for quick and accurate blood, urine and fluid testing; Digital X-ray, which provides a better quality image than traditional film radiographs, ECG, blood pressure, and blood oxygen level monitoring for our surgical and critical patients; Oxygen, heat, and humidity-controlled critical care incubators; High-resolution digital ultrasound, allowing for the best possible image to assist in an accurate diagnosis; and, state of the art dentistry and dental surgery, with specialized digital X ray.

digital-radiographyOur Intensive Care Unit provides the highest standard of care, from the critically ill to stable post-operative patients. Our ICU is always open and is staffed by both veterinarians and technicians 24 hours a day to provide the best quality of veterinary care 365 days a year.

At TLC we use digital radiography and ultrasound to further evaluate our patients internally when necessary. Radiographs (x-rays) and ultrasound image internal structures differently and therefore compliment each other. Radiographs typically evaluate dense structures like bone or gas filled organs like the lungs the best, whereas ultrasound is better at evaluating soft organs like the liver, spleen, and heart for example.

TLC uses a digital system which allows us to easily copy these images for referral purposes or to send them over the internet for further evaluation by a Radiologist. Digital radiography offers may other advantages when compared to radiographs taken on film.