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 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.
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Many people will have heard of ultrasounds, but not many will know exactly what they can do. The technology is most closely associated with pregnancy (called a sonogram), but it can also be used for a lot more than that. Veterinary ultrasounds are vital for a wide range of uses.
Impaction in animals is very common when pet owners don’t offer the right levels of care for their beloved pets. It doesn’t need to be a fatal illness, and it can be easily cured regardless of the species, whether it is a cat, dog or reptile.