Regular examinations are important to monitor the progress of disease and to ensure that the pet is on the optimum type of nutrition and medication for the best quality of life.
Radiography takes up the majority of diagnostic medical images in veterinary practice. It is a noninvasive method that provides information such as bone structure, kidney/bladder stones, heart and lung issues, etc.
Soft tissue surgery refers to any surgery that does not involve the bones. Typically it involves the skin (lumpectomy), bladder (cystotomy), intestines (removal of foreign body), lymph nodes, and eyes (conjunctival flaps).
Given in the form of capsules, pills, syrup or powder, these Chinese medications are specially formulated to target issues which you pet is suffering from. Some do have multiple properties that act in unison with the immune system to bring balance back to the body.
In addition, the diet your pet is taking may contribute to the existing health problems. Having a healthy balanced diet is essential to complement the medications and also as a preventative measure to avoid recurring health issues.