Blog by Vet Image Solutions
When it comes to the high-performance sport horse, owners will often stop at nothing to ensure their equine partner has the very best in care and treatment.
Whether you're looking to enter the veterinary field in some capacity or begin breeding cats or dogs professionally, it's crucial that you get the appropriate training that provides you with all of the necessary skills.
Laminitis can just be one single and acute episode, but it's more often a recurrent condition which is usually associated with grass and pasture. Although, it can also arise as a result of some types of gastrointestinal disorders.
Pet ultrasounds are used to help vets diagnose health conditions affecting your pet’s internal organs. They are an effective and non-invasive way for a veterinarian to see the pet’s heart, liver, kidneys and bladder (amongst other things) so that they can determine whether they are functioning correctly.
While the benefits of ultrasound equipment and radiology technology for breeders or vets of large animals are often spoken about - their small animal diagnostic benefits can often slip under the radar.
While many pet owners are familiar with ultrasound for imaging purposes, helping see pregnancies, lumps, bumps and the odd swallowed sock, often they are unaware of the many ways in which ultrasound can help in treatment and healing processes too.