Our x-ray equipment allows us a peak inside your pet’s body to look for more than just bone problems.
We can also look for the foreign objects he or she may have swallowed, tumours, assess organ size, shape and texture, and look for bladder, gall and kidney stones.
The term “dog days” has nothing to do with dogs. It dates back to the ancient Romans, who believed Sirius, the Dog Star, added its heat to that of the sun from July 3 to August 11, creating exceptionally high temperatures. The Romans called this period dies caniculares, or “days of the dog”.