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To check in for your scheduled appointment or medication pick up, please call the front desk at 860-658-1931. Currently, our waiting room is closed, however, we are allowing one family member to accompany their pet in during their doctor visit.
A properly worn face mask will be required to enter the building. Technician appointments, drop offs, and food/medication pick-up will remain curb side.
We are here to provide the best possible care for all of our clients and patients but please expect extended wait times. We appreciate your patience as we all deal with these challenging times.
Ultrasound & Echocardiograms
A non-invasive way to diagnose sick & injured pets
We offer veterinary ultrasounds and echocardiograms for pets. Much like ultrasound for people, pet ultrasound is a safe, non-invasive imaging technique used to diagnose sick and injured animals.
How does ultrasound work?
When the sound waves penetrate the body, they “bounce” back. The ultrasound machine measures the time it takes for a sound wave to bounce back and creates an image.
An echocardiogram shows us an image of the heart in real time. From there, our veterinarians can evaluate the heart’s size and shape as well as the way it functions. Specifically, they’ll be able to measure wall thickness, examine the heart valves, and assess blood flow.
What conditions can be diagnosed by ultrasound?
Some injuries and conditions that can be identified via ultrasound include:
Echocardiograms can be used to detect the following conditions: