By Shady Oak Vet
In order for us to make a proper diagnosis of your pet’s problem we need to do a full physical exam (which includes examining your pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, skin, listening to their heart and assessing their range of motion of all their joints). If we are unable to make a diagnosis from just a physical exam our doctors may recommend running other diagnostics tests such as:
- Loss of urinalysis
- Blood pressure
- Fine needle aspirate
Once we have a diagnosis our doctor will come up with a treatment plan for your pet.