Your Loving Vet In Portland, OR

Pet Diagnostics Portland, OR

At City Pets Vets use diagnostic tests and tools in our in-house lab to accurately diagnose your pet’s medical conditions and create a customize treatment plan for your pet.

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Fast Testing & Precise Diagnoses

At CITY PETS VET , we have the equipment to efficiently diagnose any health problems that may be affecting your pet. From digital radiography and digital dental radiology to ultrasound and cold lasers, we provide a wide range of services.

We can offer more urgent treatment options to help your pet feel better, faster, thanks to our diagnostic imaging capabilities.

In-House Lab & Pharmacy

Our in-house laboratory allows us to rapidly conduct tests and receive the results we need to identify your pet’s symptoms and start therapy. In order to offer our veterinary patients the most thorough testing, we also collaborate with top labs. We have a wide selection of prescription diets and medicines at our pharmacy, giving us easy access to any drugs your pet might require while under our care.

Our Diagnostic Services

We have the equipment at City Pets Vet to accurately diagnose your pet’s medical conditions. From digital radiography and digital dental radiology to ultrasound and cold lasers, we provide a wide range of services.

We can provide more urgent treatment alternatives with our diagnostic imaging skills to help your pet feel better, sooner.

Radiography (Digital X-Rays)

We can inspect your pet’s internal systems with a radiograph (digital x-ray) to reveal information that isn’t visible from the outside.

Radiography is a painless, non-invasive procedure. It only employs very low radiation doses. Because the amount of radiation necessary for radiography is so low, even pregnant women and young pets can have this treatment done.

Broken bones, persistent arthritis, bladder stones, spinal cord illnesses, and certain malignancies can all be diagnosed with radiographs.

Digital Dental Radiographs
Dental radiographs are necessary for detecting tooth health. Because pets can’t tell us if a tooth hurts, cleaning their teeth without x-rays can lead to missed opportunities to detect disease and treat it appropriately, enhancing their quality of life.
Electrocardiogram
The recording of electrical impulses made by the heart is known as an EKG (or ECG, electrocardiogram). The EKG can be used to diagnose a variety of heart illnesses and dysfunctions.
Allergy Testing
Allergies affect a large number of pets. We present a method for precisely identifying troublesome allergens as well as a method for starting immunotherapy treatment, which is safe, natural, and an excellent alternative for long-term allergy symptom control.