Diagnostic Care

Veterinary Diagnostic Care in Zebulon

Your Pet’s Health Isn’t Just Skin Deep

As a full-service animal hospital, East Wake Animal Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic imaging services for pets in Zebulon. Our highly trained veterinary team can provide both ultrasounds and X-rays for your pets in-house, which means you receive results more quickly than if you had to take your pet to another facility. We are proud to offer top quality care at affordable prices. No matter what your pet needs, our Zebulon veterinarians are here for you and your pet.

East Wake Animal Hospital is pleased to offer the following diagnostic services:

  • Radiology
  • Ultrasonography

Learn more about our radiological services by calling (919) 825-1373 or contacting us online.

Radiology & Your Pet

Radiology, or an X-ray, is a type of diagnostic imaging that helps your veterinarian see beyond your pet’s fur to their internal systems. X-rays use a small dose of radiation to take still images of your pet’s bones and other dense tissues. Because radiology uses radiation to take these images, it is not suitable for use on delicate tissues or developing fetuses.

Radiology provides important information about your pet’s internal systems that may not be easily gleaned from a simple physical exam. X-rays can show more than what can be seen by the naked eye.

X-rays are totally non-invasive and pain free. Depending on your pet’s condition, we may or may not need to sedate them to get a clear picture. We want to make sure that your pet’s experience is as stress-free as possible.

How We Use Ultrasonography to Diagnose Your Pet’s Issue

Ultrasounds for pets are identical to those used for humans. Unlike radiology, ultrasounds do not use radiation to take their pictures. Instead, ultrasounds use high frequency soundwaves to penetrate through your pet’s skin to take real-time images of your pet’s soft tissues. Because the soundwaves are less intense than radiation, ultrasounds are appropriate for use on delicate tissues and developing fetuses.

Like radiology, ultrasounds provide a useful look inside of your pet. Physical exams have their limitations but can be helpful in identifying areas that need a close look by ultrasound. Also, like radiology, ultrasounds are completely pain-free and non-invasive. Because these are real-time images, we likely won’t need to sedate your pet to get a closer look at their internal systems.

Diagnostic Imaging at East Wake Animal Hospital

When your pet needs diagnostic imaging, the Zebulon veterinarians at East Wake Animal Hospital are here for you and your pet. We’ll help you understand the benefits that diagnostic imaging can have for your pet and what kind of results we expect to see. If you have questions, we’ll walk you through every step of the imaging process. You won’t have to worry about your pet when you bring them to East Wake Animal Hospital!

To book an appointment for diagnostic imaging at East Wake Animal Hospital, please call (919) 825-1373.

The Superior Choice to Care for Your Pet

  • Dr. Creech Has a Special Interest & Extensive Experience in Orthopaedic & General Surgery
  • We Have Hometown Doctors Who Are from The Area and Have Many Years of Experience
  • We Have A Strong Reputation of Affordability & Reliability
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We look forward to working with you to keep your pets healthy and happy!

Pawsitively Raving Reviews

  • “Called last minute to get boarding for this weekend and they went out of their way to fit me in. I’ve been a long time customer of this place and my dog Roscoe absolutely loves it here. He gets so excited when we pull in. It brings me great peace.”

    - Maria V.
  • “East Wake Animal Hospital has always taken tremendous care of our cat. Whether it's for a routine checkup and rabies shot or an emergency, I've felt at ease and Mollie has been treated kindly and gently. I recommend this office to anyone in the area!”

    - Johnathan L.
  • “I really liked Dr. Atkinson. She was very personable and talked me through everything, and also gave me a choice in my cat's medications, which I really appreciated. Definitely recommend!”

    - Allie T.