Our team at TDVG is pleased to offer reference laboratory testing.
Although we have a wide array of diagnostic options available in the clinic, sometimes your pet may require more advanced laboratory testing to confirm a diagnosis, monitor therapeutic drug levels, or further investigate a systemic illness. For these specific tests, a sample is sent out to a reference laboratory.
The benefit of using a specialized laboratory is the availability of specialized medicine internists and clinical pathologists who are involved in sample analysis. Often, general practice veterinarians consult with these professionals to troubleshoot a patient’s illness and discuss a more in-depth interpretation of the results and treatment guidelines.
We are pleased to offer the following reference laboratory tests, please call our offices for an extensive list of the tests available.
- Specialist diagnostic imaging interpretation
- Specialized blood testing
- Allergy testing
- Fecal Testing
For more information about laboratory tests, check out our pet health library!