Digital X-Ray & Ultrasound

The team at Daventry Vets has the use of two types of diagnostic imaging equipment – digital x-ray and ultrasound. These are both crucial tools in diagnosing internal problems and allowing us to make informed treatment plans for your pet.

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Digital x-rays at Daventry Vets

X-rays help our vets to make an accurate diagnosis of many health conditions. Daventry Vets have invested the latest DR digital x-ray machine, this produces extremely high quality radiographs in seconds to help us diagnose your pets condition.

We also have a specialised digital dental x-ray machine. We routinely x-ray cats and dogs teeth during dental procedures, allowing us to diagnose and treat the many conditions that occur below their gums during dental examinations.

How can ultrasound help my pet?

Ultrasound uses sound waves to create images of your pet’s internal organs. To the untrained eye, these are black and white, often fuzzy images, with lines and shapes. Ultrasound is commonly used to diagnose and monitor heart disease and disease of the bladder, liver, kidneys, spleen and intestines.

Daventry Vets has invested in a high quality ultrasound machine which produces high quality abdominal images and has advanced features for heart scans, some of which we perform with Virtual Veterinary Specialists – bringing the cardiology specialist to your pet virtually in our practice.

Learn more about how we work with Virtual Veterinary Specialists

Plan for the unexpected

Taking ultrasound and x-ray images can really help your pet’s veterinary care. Daventry Vets strongly recommends that pet owners research and purchase a suitable pet insurance policy to possibly help alleviate financial pressures if your pet requires treatment for injuries or illnesses. This will help ensure your pet receives the best care possible from Daventry Vets.

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