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Cat X-rays and Ultrasound

Our veterinarians want to ensure that your pet has the best care possible. One way we can do that is by ensuring that we have the best technology available to diagnose your pet’s medical conditions. Whether it is an emergency or a regularly scheduled appointment, we have the ability to use digital radiology or ultrasound to aid in making a diagnosis.

What is the technology?

We utilize radiology services to its fullest potential here at RAH. Radiology services are used as a diagnostic tool to help the veterinarian diagnose potential health concerns such as fractures, foreign bodies, heart disease, bladder stones just to name a few.

Does the clinic also do feline dental x-rays?

At Riverview Animal Hospital, when your cat has a dental procedure done we include digital dental x-rays in the package to ensure we can rule out what we cannot see of the surface.

How do you prepare your cat for their x-ray appointment?

X-rays and ultrasound are non-invasive tools used by our veterinarians to aid in diagnosing internal ailments. We do our best to use as little restraint as possible. As a cat-friendly hospital, we take a less is more approach for our feline patients. Just one way our team goes above and beyond.

Everything was great. From the first phone call to the visit to leaving the building. The staff was super friendly…

Lloyd Harquail

Excellent place to bring any sick pet. They provided amazing care. Staff very friendly and caring. It was an expensive…

Annette Leblanc

Having a sick pet isn't something that's easy to swallow. But Riverview Animal Hospital took amazing care of my sweet…

Ashley Arsenault

Always take care of my pets with passion. Great to work with for blood donations

Karen Cook

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