Unlike humans, pets are unable to tell us how they feel. Many times, our veterinarians will need to run blood work, perform fecal or urine testing, or take samples for testing on lumps and bumps to determine how to treat your pets illness or monitor their health status. Many of these tests can be performed in-house, providing us with immediate results to guide our treatment plan and monitor how your animal may be responding to treatment. When required, digital radiography can be performed on site to obtain x-rays of your pet. Digital radiography is the most modern and up-to-date x-ray technology currently available.
There are times when our pets become ill and require hospitalization. At the Tri-Municipal Veterinary Clinic we provide facilities for routine hospitalization. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians will treat and monitor your pet, and ensure comfort while away from home. Your pet will be monitored multiple times throughout the day and you will be updated on the status of your pet on a regular basis.