Our state-of-the-art vet facilities mean your companion has access to first class treatment at all times
X-Rays are used for assessing your pet’s internal organs and bones. As the position of your pet is essential for accurate results, your pet will be anaesthetised so that they remain still while the X-Ray is taken. A moving animal will give a blurred X-Ray, just as movement when having your photograph taken will produce a blurred image. Not only does anaesthesia produce a better image, it will also reduce anxiety for your pet too. X-Rays allow us to locate any problems quickly and start a course of treatment immediately.
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