8542 1st Ave NW, Seattle. Greenwood's Piper Village Complex - Corner of Palatine & Morrow Lane

DON’T GUESS… TEST! IDENTIFY AND TREAT THE ROOT CAUSE NOT THE SYMPTOMS.

TESTING REVEALS THE TREATMENT

Our thorough in-house veterinary diagnostic testing includes pre-surgical lab work, urinalysis, and blood analysis which are all necessary in critical situations to identify the correct treatment plan. We also offer a full suite of blood testing and fecal exams through our external network of expert pathologists and specialists. Because our furry companions tend to hide any signs something is wrong, these tests in conjunction with our high quality digital radiography services with specialty radiologist consult are essential for detecting diseases in their early stages.
Seatown vet diagnostics and radiology

NOT SURE WHAT IS AILING BUDDY OR BOBO?

Don't resort to trial and error, use cutting edge technology to help diagnose and treat the condition.

Seatown diagnostic testing

DIAGNOSING WITH DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY

We use our state-of-the-art technology to view x-rays of skeletal structures and internal systems. Utilizing digital imagery allows us to diagnose and treat conditions on the spot. We also leverage the expertise of external board certified radiologists to review, study, and provide additional analysis. We also take advantage of ultrasounds, which use sound waves that bounce off of the internal organs to create an image. The image can be used to help diagnose ailments that can't be determined with laboratory or radiography testing. We are able to examine the location, size, shape, and any abnormalities with organs such as the liver or kidney.

DIAGNOSTIC FAQ

X-ray and ultrasound images are integral in recognizing obstructions or foreign objects blocking the abdomen or intestines. They also diagnose bone fractures, bladder stones, tumors or masses, and pregnancy in dogs and cats.

DIAGNOSTIC FAQ

X-ray have accounted for uncovering these weird objects pets have eaten, ornamental rocks, Shish Kabob Skewer, fishing hook (and line), Barbie doll head, an alien figurine, sewing needles, pennies, a Hacky Sack, razor blades, Spanish text book (while parents were eating dinner at a Mexican restaurant), and 20 pills of Xanex (the ultimate high!).

DIAGNOSTIC FAQ

Radiation emitted from x-rays is such a small amount that it does not harm pets. Animals are exposed to more radiation from environmental elements such as water, food, and air.

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8542 1st Ave NW

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info@seatownvet.com

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206-707-9090