Diagnostic Services

Laboratory Testing

We have the capacity to do many laboratory tests in-house such as Complete Blood Counts (CBC), general blood chemistries to check organ function, and electrolyte monitoring so that we have access to immediate results, often during your appointment. These allow us to quickly diagnose and monitor your pet’s health. Our trained technicians and doctors also perform fecal floatation’s, ELSIA heartworm tests, and in-house urinalysis. Powerful microscopes allow us to perform cytology on cells from masses or wounds as well as monitor bacteria from skin and ears to guide our treatment plan. We also partner with a large national laboratory that gives us the capacity to do precision testing on hundreds of health conditions.

Digital Radiology

Radiographs (X-rays) are performed in-house to help aid in prompt diagnosis and evaluation of a variety of conditions. All of our hospitals have an on-site X-ray machine to aid us in evaluating gastrointestinal, cardiopulmonary, urinary, reproductive and musculoskeletal conditions. Our Wedgewood, Westgate and Rome Hilliard hospitals offer digital X-rays that can immediately transfer images for consultations with board-certified veterinary radiologists.


Our hospitals are equipped with ultrasound machines so that your pet’s doctor can evaluate soft tissue, organs and cardiac examinations through non-invasive technology. Several of our doctors have undergone formal ultrasound training so they can monitor and diagnose conditions in a timely manner. Ultrasound is an important tool in monitoring cardiac disease, evaluating individual abdominal organs, monitoring pregnancy, and giving us the ability to evaluate the bladder for stones or abnormalities. There are several conditions in which use of the ultrasound can allow us to do biopsies and monitor internal organs without the need for exploratory surgery. Expert review and consultation of ultrasounds by a board-certified radiologist is possible though our partnership with members of this specialty.


Fiber optics allow direct visual examination of your pet’s oral and nasal cavities, esophagus, stomach, small intestines and colon by use of an endoscope. This can aid in obtaining biopsy samples and evaluating tissue. It can also be used to extract small objects (foreign bodies) from the esophagus and stomach without the need to explore the abdominal cavity surgically.


Each hospital is equipped with a device that can measure to pressure in an animal’s eyes to screen for glaucoma or uveitis-related issues.


Our in-house pharmacy is well-stocked with the most widely used prescription medications for your pet. We also stock preventative medications for fleas, ticks, parasites and heartworms. Healthy Pets also carries a full line of veterinary prescription diets.


Our doctors and staff know the importance of your pet’s oral health and the role it can play in the complete health of your pet. Through ultrasonic scaling, plaque and tartar can be removed to keep teeth healthy and pain free. With the help of dental radiographs, we can assess bone disease and prevent unnecessary extraction of teeth.


Veterinary surgery can be considered minor (a few stitches) or major (an orthopedic procedure). In order to provide your pet with advanced, safe and comprehensive surgical care, our hospitals are equipped with a state-of-the-art surgery suite, highly sophisticated anesthesia machines and the latest in patient monitoring devices. All patients are assessed the day of surgery and anesthetics are chosen based on your pet’s specific needs. Our fully-trained staff monitors each patient at all times, ensuring the maximal safety possible throughout the procedure and post operatively.

Our surgeons are gloved, masked and fully gowned, using sterilized instruments for all surgical procedures to minimize post-operative infection rates. From routine procedures such as spays and neuters, to more complex orthopedic, soft-tissue and emergency surgeries, Dr. Taylor and the veterinarians at Healthy Pets have decades of surgical experience and are ready to treat your pet if the need arises.

Pain management is an important part of our pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative anesthetic and medical protocols. All surgical patients, including those undergoing routine procedures, receive pain control medication. During surgery, as well as during the recovery period, your pet is continuously monitored with a variety of devices, including pulse oximeter and ECG. In addition, an intravenous (IV) catheter is used to deliver fluids to your pet during surgery and during his or her recovery.

Emergency Surgery and Critical Care

When every second counts, our experienced staff and our state-of-the-art equipment are here to provide immediate attention to your pet in case of an emergency.

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