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.
Male dogs do not actually need to lift their leg to urinate. A male dog urinates with one leg up to better mark his territory. This scent can tell another dog many things, including the size of the dog that did the marking. The size is judged by the height of the mark, so dogs try to make themselves seem as big as possible by lifting their leg to make a higher mark.