At Eastern Maine Emergency Veterinary Clinic in Brewer, ME, we understand the importance of accurate diagnostic imaging for your pet’s health and well-being.

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X-Ray at Eastern Maine Emergency Veterinary Clinic

Our pet X-ray services provide valuable insights into your pet’s internal health, allowing our veterinarians to make informed treatment decisions quickly and effectively.

Pet X-rays, also known as radiographs, are a non-invasive diagnostic tool used to visualize the internal structures of your pet’s body. They can help identify a wide range of conditions, including fractures, foreign objects, tumors, and organ abnormalities. By capturing detailed images of your pet’s bones, organs, and soft tissues, X-rays enable our veterinarians to diagnose injuries and illnesses accurately.

Benefits of  X-Ray Services

Accurate Diagnosis

Pet X-rays provide detailed images of your pet’s internal structures, allowing our veterinarians to diagnose and treat a variety of medical conditions accurately.

Non-Invasive Procedure

X-rays are a non-invasive diagnostic tool that does not require anesthesia, making them a safe and effective option for pets of all ages.

Quick Results

We can quickly take and analyze X-ray images thanks to our cutting-edge imaging technology, which enables us to diagnose and treat your pet’s health problems.

Cost Effective

Pet X-ray services offer a cost-effective diagnostic option compared to more invasive procedures or advanced imaging techniques. This affordability allows pet owners to access vital diagnostic information without a significant financial burden.

When to Consider X-Ray Services

There are several situations where our veterinarians may recommend pet X-rays:

  • Injury or Trauma: If your pet has been involved in an accident or suffered a traumatic injury, X-rays can help determine the extent of the damage and guide treatment.
  • Unexplained Symptoms: If your pet is experiencing unexplained symptoms such as limping, difficulty breathing, or digestive issues, X-rays may be necessary to identify the underlying cause.
  • Preventive Care: X-rays may also be recommended as part of routine preventive care, especially for older pets or those with underlying health conditions, to detect potential issues early and prevent serious complications.