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Digital Radiography

Our office exclusively utilizes digital x-ray. We use specialized units specifically for the mouth or the body. Both of these digital units enable us to visualize issues that previously might have been difficult to see (because we can manipulate and magnify concerning areas) leading to better diagnostic value for your money. X-rays are processed immediately and the doctor can view them remotely anywhere in the hospital. Instead of the old school films, now your pet’s veterinarian can show you your pet’s images on a computer. Digital radiography is also more convenient. If you need to see a specialist a CD can be burned or the images can be sent directly to their office.

pet x rays

In Hospital Lab Work

pet radiology

Adding to our ability to give you real time results on your pet’s condition, we have a full on site laboratory. We routinely process blood chemistries and complete blood counts for both pre-surgical and sick animals. We can test for heartworm, Ehrlichia canis (tick fever), anaplasmosis, lyme disease, feline leukemia, feline immunodeficiency virus, giardia, valley fever and parvovirus while you wait! Basic urinalysis and cytology can also be performed by our experienced team. When we need more intensive testing, samples are sent to a reference laboratory and results are typically returned the next day.

CT Imaging

pet ct scan

We are so excited to be able to offer advanced imaging at Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic! Our state of the art CT Machine creates detailed, 3D images of your pet. A CT of the jaws and teeth are included in every dental cleaning at no additional cost. This allows our veterinary team to identify bone loss more quickly and accurately than with standard dental x rays. Computed Tomography or CT images can also be used in cases where x-ray or ultrasound can not provide exact information needed for a proper diagnosis. Examples include diseases of the brain, inner ear or sinuses, identifying very small tumors, helping to diagnose valley fever, mapping spread of cancers, and more. A board- certified radiologist is available to consult with us on these cases. Ask one of our veterinarians if CT is an option for your pet’s medical condition.

Ultrasound

pet ultrasound

Ultrasound allows the veterinarian to more clearly view your pet’s internal organs including the organ’s blood flow and shape to better determine their level of function. We can also see if there are any abnormalities such as a mass noted. Ultrasound is useful in identifying tumors, internal masses, bladder stones and crystals, and much more! We can also use Ultrasound to confirm canine and feline pregnancy as well as get an accurate fetus count. Typically ultrasound can be performed without the need of anesthesia. In rare cases we may need to use sedation to get proper images.

Veterinary Clinic Reviews
  • Worked here as a Kennel Attendant over the summer of this year. Very good first job seeing as I’m a Veterinary Assistant student. Clients are a priority here and the... read more

    Noah Rogers
    4/29/2019
  • Thank you To The Most AMAZING VET OFFICE EVER! Dr. Kurth & Kara ,Jenn ( thx 4 calming us down❤)Stephanie,& everyone !Thx 4 Saving STUBBY BUDDEE!ALL OUR ❤❤THE BEST... read more

    Erin In Az
    9/29/2019
  • Under new ownership. I was scared when my vet sent me over here with an emergency with my kitten. They took him in right away and didn't charge... read more

    LEXY LOU
    7/29/2019
  • Wow. I am extremely impressed with the care and level of service this vet office provides. My pup is getting older with back pain and trouble walking. They were able... read more

    Krystina Bottom
    9/29/2019
  • I had a cat that was not feeling good. They got me in to see the Vet within an hour and were very friendly and helpful

    John Meyers
    4/29/2019
  • 5 star rating

    This Vet is amazing! Dr. Cohen is SO good with are "girls" (a chocolate lab and black lab mix). It is very evident how much he loves animals.... read more

    Kim R.
    8/20/2017
  • We established care recently for a new puppy, Kylo, we had gotten from a family member. Unfortunately our puppy passed away today. I called the vet in tears asking what... read more

    Amber Gabler-Cramer
    8/29/2019
  • Went on an emergency basis today for my English Mastiff Jasper. The staff, especially the vet tech Angie was so wonderful and carrying. She not only made sure Jasper was... read more

    afattori316
    4/29/2016
  • My dog is always excited when we pull in the parking lot. I joke that they have some kind of gas flowing close to the floor cause he transforms into... read more

    A Williams
    4/29/2018
  • I've been to several vets and this one has been extremely helpful! My dogs got parvo and took one of my pups to another vet and these guys were able... read more

    Carleana Shears
    10/29/2019
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Clinic Hours

Holiday Hours
Thanksgiving Day - Closed
Christmas Eve - Closed
Christmas Day - Closed
New Years Eve - Open 7 AM to 7 PM
New Years Day - Closed
Feb 22 closing at 5pm
April 23rd Closed
July 4th - Closed

Open 7 Days a Week
Mon - Fri 7am-7pm
Sat - Sun 8am-5pm

For Emergency 24 hour care please visit Arizona Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center @ 86 W Juniper Ave. Gilbert AZ 85233 (Located off Gilbert Road between Elliot and Guadalupe)
Phone: 480-497-0222
Online: azervets.com

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