Diagnostic imaging capabilities allow your vet to efficiently produce accurate diagnostic information about your pet's condition and provide immediate treatment options. The imaging tool used will vary depending on the condition that is being diagnosed. Our Blountville vets talk about the various types of diagnostic imaging for your cat or dog such as CT scans, x-rays, ultrasounds and more.
It can be alarming when you see blood in your dog's poop, so it is important for owners to know when to be concerned. In this post, our Blountville veterinarians discuss some possible reasons there could be blood in your dog's stool and when it is an emergency.
It's not always immediately easy to tell if your pet is choking on something, so it is important to be able to recognize the signs. On top of this, not many owners know what to do in a situation where their pet has something lodged in their throat. Here, our Blountville vets share how to tell if your pet is choking and what to do in this emergency situation.
It can be concerning when your vet wants to do bloodwork on your pet, but it is isn't necessarily bad, and it doesn't mean there's definitely something wrong. Our Blountville vets share below the importance of blood tests for dogs and how you can understand them.
If your dog is persistently and vigorously shaking their head about, it could be an indication of an underlying health issue. Here, our Blountville vets explain some common reasons why dogs shake their heads and when you should be concerned.
At Airport Pet Emergency Clinic, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Blountville vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.