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Raleigh, NC Pet Ultrasounds from Care First Animal Hospital

Ultrasounds are not only useful for humans, but when use as diagnostic medicine on pets, they have proven to be a very effective tool. Care First Animal Hospital is proud to offer ultrasounds in Raleigh, NC and locations throughout the Triangle. After all, it is our goal to provide our patients with the best veterinary services by using the latest technologies available for pets.

What is Ultrasonography for Pets?

Ultrasonography is a diagnostic tool that produces ultrasound waves to create an internal image of the patient’s body. Ultrasounds differ from X-rays in that they don’t use radiation and utilize high-frequency sound waves to create a picture of the inside of the patient.

A non-invasive, painless procedure, our Raleigh diagnostic ultrasounds generate images of abdominal organs, such as the liver, spleen, gallbladder and kidneys. Ultrasounds can also provide information about heart valves, blood flow through the heart and contractions of the heart muscle. This helps our trained, experienced veterinarians determine what is wrong with your pet and the best treatment plan for the illness.

Contact Our Vets to Schedule a Diagnostic Ultrasound in Raleigh

Since 1988, Care First Animal Hospital has led the Triangle with pet care and veterinary services. Trust our caring team with your sick dog or cat when they need medical attention. Through our pet ultrasounds in Raleigh and beyond, we will work to nurse your pet back to health as soon as possible. Feel free to contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Care First Animal Hospital provides our patients with ultrasounds in Raleigh, NC and the Triangle area through our locations at OberlinGlenwood, and Tryon.

Q&A Care First Animal Hospital Veterinary Ultrasonography and Radiology

Ultrasonography & Radiology are used to diagnose internal problems… If both look at my pet’s insides, what is the difference between a radiograph and an ultrasound? Radiographs give us a good overall picture, showing the general size and shape of organs, as well as their position relative to one another. Ultrasound gives us a detailed look …

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