Veterinary Diagnostics for Dogs, Cats, and Exotics in Sunrise, FL

At Welleby Veterinary Hospital, we go well beyond the basics when it comes to your pet’s health. While routine check-ups are essential, we understand that some issues require a closer look. That’s why our team of dedicated professionals is here for you and your furry, feathered, or scaly friend to provide whatever they need to live a full and healthy life. 

Our veterinarian-owned hospital in Sunrise is fully equipped with cutting-edge technology for dogs, cats, and exotic pets. From advanced imaging to in-depth laboratory diagnostics, we’re prepared to uncover any hidden health concerns and provide the best possible care for your pet.

If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to Welleby Vet at (954) 748-2002 We’re committed to supporting your pet’s well-being at every step.

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Why Does My Healthy Pet Need Diagnostics?

Diagnostics during routine visits can help prevent or allow for early detection of certain health conditions. This enables us to diagnose potential diseases before they become more harmful and harder to resolve. At Welleby Vet, we recommend routine screening for heartworms, intestinal parasites, kidney disease, liver disease, thyroid disease, and more. Keeping your pet disease-free is the key to giving them the longest possible life.

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Pet X-Ray Imaging and Other Procedures

  • Bloodwork

    Complete Blood Count: Detects infection, inflammation, and anemia
    Chemistry Profile: Detects liver, kidney, electrolyte and muscle disorders
    Thyroid Function: Detects hyper- or hypothyroidism

  • Fecal testing

    Detects intestinal parasites like roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and coccidia

  • Urine testing (urinalysis)

    Detects urinary tract infections, urinary crystals, kidney disease, and diabetes

  • Cultures

    Detects potential infection of urine, ears, and skin

  • Radiographs (X-rays)

    Detects fractures, intestinal issues, bladder stones, arthritis, and cancer

  • Ultrasound

    Detects intestinal, liver, kidney, pancreatic, adrenal, and bladder diseases

  • Echocardiogram

    Detects heart diseases

  • CT Scan

    Detects neurological disease and cancer

Finding the Best Treatment for Your Pet

Making an accurate diagnosis can take time. Rest assured, we will keep you informed and do only what is absolutely necessary and in your pet’s best interests to make them well. Whether we are using our in-house laboratory to obtain timely test results or performing an ultrasound on your pet, they will always be treated with the utmost care and attention. Finding a suitable treatment for your loved one is our primary concern.

If you are interested in pursuing cat or dog imaging and diagnostics for your animal companion, please reach out to us at (954) 748-2002.