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Ultrasound For Pets

Although humans and animals are different in many ways, some advances in human medicine are also very useful for veterinary clinics. One of these advances, diagnostic ultrasound, has proven to be a powerful tool in veterinary medicine. As a practice, one of our goals is to offer state-of-the-art medicine and diagnostic testing; so we are pleased to offer ultrasound services as a means of providing a higher level of quality care to our patients.   At Bear Creek Animal Hospital, we offer state-of-the-art ultrasound testing.  We provide high level of quality care to our client's pets because we want the best for you. Ultrasound is non-invasive, pain-free, and safe for your pet!

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What is Ultrasound? 

A non-invasive, pain-free procedure, ultrasound uses sound waves sent into a pet's body to help veterinarians distinguish differences within various organs and other areas.  Based on the various strengths at which the sound waves bounce back, a video image can be constructed via computer, enabling your veterinarian to discover any abnormalities that may be present. As a test with no known long-term health risks to pets, it's one of the safest and most effective diagnostic procedures available to veterinarians today. 

When is an Ultrasound Test Needed? 

Animals and humans benefit from diagnostic ultrasound. At Bear Creek Animal Hospital, we offer state-of-the-art ultrasound testing.  We provide high level of quality care to our client's pets because we want the best for you. Ultrasound is non-invasive, pain-free, and safe for your pet!

What Problems Can Ultrasound Detect? 

Due to its accuracy and reliability, ultrasound can detect many issues, often before they become serious or life-threatening. One of the most common conditions detected by ultrasound is pancreatitis, which while serious can often be caught early enough to allow for treatment. In addition, Dr. Singh and his experienced staff at Bear Creek Veterinary can also detect early onset spleen cancer, allowing its removal before metastasis occurs. Other conditions diagnosed by ultrasound include kidney damage due to ingestion of antifreeze, liver disease, reproductive abnormalities such as infected uterus, enlarged adrenal or lymph nodes, and internal bleeding due to trauma. 

Schedule an Appointment 

If your pet needs a veterinarian in Stockton who is experienced, knowledgeable, and most of all caring, then don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gupreet Singh at Bear Creek Veterinary. A full-service animal hospital dedicated to meeting the needs of various types of animals, Dr. Singh and his staff use the most advanced testing and state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose any problems your pet may be experiencing. To ensure your pet has a veterinarian in Stockton who will take the time to diagnose and treat even the most complex health issues, call us today at 209-951-8911 to schedule an appointment.

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