Vets Fur Pets has the latest equipment and facilities in our laboratories. Before starting treatments for your beloved pets, our team of experts will conduct a thorough clinical examination. Reaching the correct conclusion regarding diagnosis is very important for the treatment. We are well-equipped to perform a large number of tests in-house, including blood tests and dermatological tests.
A complete blood count or CBC is a routine blood test carried out using a small sample of blood collected from the pet. The test gives information about the different cell types in the blood and may indicate the presence of some diseases like underlying infection, anaemia, and conditions of bone marrow.
Blood chemistry tests are carried out mainly to obtain information about kidneys, liver, and other organ conditions like the thyroid. The test measures the number of different components in the body, including fats, proteins, electrolytes, and glucose. It also reveals some diseases or conditions caused due to side effects of any previous treatments.
This test evaluates the health of the urinary system and kidneys. It checks for the chemical and physical properties of urine. The examination also reveals conditions like diabetes mellitus and concerns in other organs. Urine analysis may be required if your pet has increased water intake and frequent urination.
Scooting, vomiting, diarrhoea, weight loss and occasional coughing may indicate the presence of intestinal parasites. A faecal examination analyses your pet's stool to find parasites, including hookworms, whipworms and other organisms like coccidia. Conducting annual faecal tests will ensure that your pet and your household are safe from intestinal parasites.
This test is performed to identify if your pet is immunised against rabies. The test checks for the presence of an antibody that neutralises rabies in your pet's blood. It is also known as a rabies-neutralising antibody titre test. Also, the test measures the effectiveness of the rabies vaccine on your pet.
Allergies commonly seen in pets are caused due to proteins of insect, plant, or pet origin, dust mites, pollens, or mould spores. An allergy test may be required for symptoms like nasal congestion, itchy, red and watery eyes and sneezing. It will administer determine which allergens are triggering your pet's atopy.
Fungal infections are common in pets. We provide tests to identify these diseases, which occur mainly on the skin or scalp of pets. Wood's lamp examination and dermatophyte test are used to detect the presence of fungus in your pet's body. Most common symptoms of a fungal infection include hair loss, skin crust, rashes, and itching.