At our Tuscaloosa pet hospital, we often take veterinary radiographs as part of your pet's medical examination. Occasionally, in order to diagnose your pet's condition more accurately, a second opinion is necessary. In those cases we send X-rays to the radiology departments at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Veterinary Surgery of Birmingham.
At Indian Hills Animal Clinic, we perform complete blood counts, chemistry and electrolyte profiles, urinalysis, fecal exams for detecting internal parasites, cytology evaluations of many organs plus other valuable tests. Our advanced Tuscaloosa veterinary laboratory gives us the ability to analyze how well many of your pet's internal organs are functioning and allows us to follow up on treatment therapy.
We offer electrocardiograms, laboratory services, blood pressure monitoring, gastrointestinal laboratory profiles, allergy testing with desensitization treatment, and microscopic evaluations that help evaluate both cytological changes and parasitic conditions in your pet.