Clayton Animal Hospital is well known for our in house diagnostics. In emergency situations, we are often able to get results immediately instead of sending out samples and waiting for the results.
Among our most common laboratory tests are:
Fecal Exam: A check for intestinal parasites. CAH is able to perform a float, a direct, and a centrifuge.
Giardia Test: A fecal test to detect the presence of Giardia.
Lepto Test: A small blood sample to detect exposure to Leptospirosis.
Heartworm & Tick Borne Disease Tests:
A small blood sample to reveal the presence of heartworms, or exposure to Lyme, ehrlichiosis, or anaplasmosis, three tick borne diseases.
Difil Heartworm Test: A small blood sample to detect heartworm microfilaria (baby heartworms).
FeLV / FIV Test: A small blood sample to detect exposure to Feline Leukemia and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
Parvo Test: A fecal sample to detect the presence of parvovirus.
Urinalysis: An evaluation of urine to reveal infections, kidney and bladder disease, diabetes, and other conditions.
In House Cytology: Ear, skin, and bone marrow cytologies are used to diagnose the presence of infections or diseases.
Complete Blood Count (CBC): An analysis of your pet’s blood to assess your dog or cat’s immune status and the blood’s ability to clot.
Blood Chemistry Test: Evaluates status of pets' internal organs.
Blood Coagulation Test: Tests for bleeding disorders and clotting abnormalities.
Fungal Culture: Skin test for fungal infections.
Blood Pressure Monitoring: Measures blood pressure level.
Blood Gases: Tests for oxygenation level in the blood.
Electrocardiogram: Detects heart rate and electrical rhythm.
Clayton Animal Hospital
11058 US 70 Bus. Hwy. W.
Clayton, NC 27520