Pet Cardiac Screening

At The Stock Doc Veterinary Services, we offer cardiac screening to detect issues early, ensuring your furry companions’ well-being.

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What is Pet Cardiac Screening?

Pet cardiac screening comprises a set of non-invasive tests to assess your pet’s heart health. Our skilled veterinary team employs advanced diagnostic tools such as echocardiography, electrocardiography (ECG), and blood pressure monitoring to comprehensively evaluate your pet’s heart function.

The Screening Process

During a pet cardiac screening at The Stock Doc Veterinary Services, we utilize cutting-edge diagnostic technologies without causing your pet any discomfort. These tests provide a detailed assessment of the heart’s structure and function.

Benefits of Pet Cardiac Screening

Early Detection of Issues

One primary advantage of our pet cardiac screening is the early identification of potential cardiac problems. Timely detection enables us to implement effective interventions and treatment plans, optimizing your pet’s outcome.

Tailored Treatment Plans

If the screening reveals any cardiac concerns, our experienced veterinarians will collaborate with you to develop a personalized treatment plan. This plan may include medications, dietary adjustments, or lifestyle modifications to enhance your pet’s heart health.

Peace of Mind for Pet Owners

Ensure your pet’s well-being with our cardiac screening, offering peace of mind. This proactive step contributes to a longer, healthier life for your cherished companion, reinforcing the bond you share.

When is Pet Cardiac Screening Necessary?

  • Age and Breed Considerations: While each pet is unique, certain factors, such as specific breeds and older age, may indicate a higher risk of cardiac issues. Based on your pet’s individual characteristics, our veterinary team can offer guidance on when to initiate cardiac screenings.
  • Signs and Symptoms: If your pet displays signs like coughing, lethargy, or difficulty breathing, prompt veterinary attention is crucial. These could indicate underlying cardiac issues, and screening can help diagnose and address the problem.