Vets in Endeavour Hills is committed to providing clients and patients with the highest possible standard of care and that includes using our sophisticated range of onsite diagnostic equipment to quickly and accurately diagnose conditions. The faster we can find out what’s wrong with your pet, the quicker we can administer treatment and put them on the road to recovery.

Our onsite pathology services enable us to take a sample from your pet and get a definitive result within an hour. Our blood analysis facilities are invaluable where rapid diagnosis can result in a more positive prognosis as well as in cutting through red tape when performing routine pre-anaesthetic blood tests.

Our in-house pathology services can be used to diagnose a wide range of ailments including:

  • Pre-anaesthetic blood testing
  • Feline AIDS
  • Heartworm disease in dogs
  • Heart disease
  • Pancreatitis
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease

Whilst our pathology services cover most of the standard blood tests, there are some specialised tests which will need to be analysed in an external laboratory. In these instances, turnaround time is usually between 24-48 hours and once the results are in, your vet will call you to organise an appointment where the results can be discussed.

Pet Care

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