Newburgh Sick Pet Care
Compassionate Care When Your Pet Needs It Most
When your pet isn’t feeling their best, it can be difficult to understand what’s causing their illness. They can’t tell us what is bothering them. This can be both stressful and frustrating for you. West End Veterinary Office is here for you and your pet! Our Newburgh veterinarians are fully equipped to investigate what’s causing your pet’s illness and subsequently treat them to get them back on all fours as soon as possible.
West End Veterinary Office offers complete diagnostic services to help us understand what’s ailing your pet.
We offer the following services to help us diagnose your pet:
- Laboratory testing
Each of the services listed above helps us get a closer look at your pet’s insides. This can be extremely helpful in diagnosing your pet’s condition when a physical or visual exam indicates that there might be an underlying issue. Our veterinary team will treat your pet with the utmost care and respect while they are under our care.
If your pet is feeling under the weather, give us a call at (845) 209-0240. We make every effort to see your pet the same day you call to schedule a visit.
Laboratory Testing Services
At West End Veterinary Office, we offer full laboratory services on site to help us diagnose your pet’s ailments. We can conduct tests such as blood tests, urinalysis, and fecal checks in-house to reduce the amount of time you spend waiting for test results. This is essential to treating pets who present with an urgent health condition.
If we suspect that your pet is experiencing an issue with their bones or muscles, we may recommend radiology as a way to get a closer look at their insides. We offer X-ray services on site to help us more quickly diagnose your pet. Depending on your pet’s condition, we may recommend sedating your pet for the X-ray so that we are able to get the clearest image possible.
Ultrasounds are used to take images of soft tissues, like organs or developing fetuses. Because these are real-time, moving images, we likely won’t need to sedate your pet in order to use ultrasonography. If our veterinary team suspects that your pet is suffering from soft tissue damage, we will use ultrasonography to get a closer look. Unlike radiography, ultrasonography does not use radiation to take images so it’s very safe for all pets.
An endoscope is a flexible tube with a camera attached that helps us see different parts of the digestive system. If you pet has exhibited persistent vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, swelling, or loss of appetite, we may recommend an endoscopy to get a closer look at their digestive system. The endoscope can be inserted into the mouth or the rectum, depending on what we’re looking for. Because this is fairly invasive, the procedure is done under general anesthesia. We have a fully equipped surgical suite, so rest assured that your pet is well taken care of and fully monitored throughout the procedure.
“Always professional, caring, and compassionate. My family (including the little furry ones) appreciate your attention to our needs. Keep up the great work.”- Rob F
“I now live over 100 miles away and I continue to bring my non-exotic pets to this office because the quality of care, compassion, and knowledge is unparalleled.”- Becky B
“One of the best vet clinics out there. Sadly my first encounter with them was with my beardie who didn’t have much time left but they took care of us very well. Even though we met on such sad terms they made us feel cared for by sending us a written”- Angel H