- Tests for SNAP: point-of-care For several infectious disorders, such as canine parvovirus, giardia, leptospirosis, feline leukaemia, and feline immunodeficiency virus, “snap” tests are available.
- Coagulation tests are used to identify clotting abnormalities that can occur as a result of certain rodenticide poisonings and serious liver illness or failure.
- Microscopy: In-clinic needle biopsies of swellings or tumours, microscopic evaluation of bodily fluids such as blood and urine samples, samples of skin and ear secretions, and assistance in the diagnosis of systemic diseases, urinary disorders, skin and ear diseases, and the differentiation of benign from cancerous tumours are all possible.
Which tests are most crucial for your pet will be explained with assistance from our veterinary staff. Please don’t be shy about asking questions if you have any, as it is very essential to us that you participate in the selection of your pet.