Pet In-House Laboratory

Our in-house lab at The Stock Doc Veterinary Services ensures swift and precise diagnostics, prioritizing your pet’s well-being.

Vet writing notes on a counter

Tailored to Our Community

Our pet in-house laboratory in Riverton, WY, has been developed to meet the specific needs of our community’s pets. Unlike general facilities, our laboratory is designed to address the specific health concerns pets in our region may have. This personalized approach allows us to give more accurate and timely findings.

Efficient and Convenient

At The Stock Doc Veterinary Services, we realize the importance of prompt and effective pet care. Our in-house laboratory eliminates the need for outsourcing, guaranteeing that test results are delivered on time. This efficiency speeds up the diagnostic procedure and allows for quick treatment decisions for your pet.

Advantages of the Pet In-House Laboratory

Speedy Diagnostics

Equipped to perform a variety of diagnostic tests swiftly, our in-house laboratory allows us to assess your pet’s health efficiently. From blood work to urinalysis, we can pinpoint potential issues in a timely manner.

Tailored Care Plans

Our laboratory’s rapid results empower our seasoned veterinary team to devise personalized care plans for your pet. This tailored approach ensures that your furry companion receives the most effective and targeted treatment.

Stress-Free Experience

Our on-site laboratory significantly reduces the need for multiple visits and the stress associated with waiting for results. This streamlined approach not only benefits your pet’s well-being but also enhances your overall veterinary experience.

When to Leverage Our Pet In-House Laboratory

  • Routine Check-ups: Regular check-ups are essential for maintaining your pet’s health. Our in-house laboratory plays a pivotal role in these visits, allowing us to conduct preventive screenings and identify potential issues early on.
  • Illness or Injury: Our laboratory is instrumental in swiftly identifying the underlying cause of illness or injury. This accelerates the diagnosis process, enabling us to formulate a treatment plan promptly.