Advanced care services are services that go above and beyond what a general hospital visit may be for your pets. Advanced services may be items such as specialized surgeries, eye treatment, diagnostic imaging, ultrasound, or therapies. Please click on any of the subheadings listed below to learn more about our services in advanced care.
Cryosurgery is the use of extreme cold produced by a liquid nitrous oxide gas (or, in specific instances, liquid nitrogen) to destroy diseased tissue. The super-cold probe freezes and destroys the immediate and surrounding cells. After cryosurgery, the frozen tissue sloughs off and, in most cases, is replaced partially or completely with healthier scar tissue.... Read more
As veterinarians, we must rely on diagnostic tools such as radiographs and ultrasounds, to make treatment plans for patients that cannot explain what part of their body requires care.
These tools allow us to review internal portions of the patient's body for change. The high frequency digital radiology systems utilized at Animal Hospitals Champions Northwest and Jones Road are specifically for veterinary use.... Read more
Our hospital routinely performs electrocardiograms as part of our cardiology services. An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a readout of the electrical activity of the heart. If your veterinarian hears a heart rhythm abnormality (called an arrhythmia) in your pet's heart beat, they will recommend an ECG.... Read more
Our surgical capabilities and facilities are extraordinary. Both veterinary hospital maintain large, sterile surgical suites where pets receive the best monitoring and support throughout surgical procedures.
We maintain patients on gas anesthesia and concentrate oxygen so there is always an endless supply.... Read more
Our hospital offers many Soft Tissue Surgery Services. Soft tissue surgery refers to surgery on any body part excluding: bones/joints (orthopedic surgery), heart (cardiac surgery), or nervous system (neurologic surgery). Examples of common soft tissue surgeries include gastrointestinal surgery (to remove foreign objects or removed diseased sections of intestine), bladder surgery (to remove stones or polyps), liver surgery (to remove masses or diseased lobes), and spleen surgery (often to remove diseased spleens or masses).... Read more
As veterinarians, we must rely on diagnostic tools such as radiographs and ultrasounds, to make treatment plans for patients that cannot explain what part of their body requires care. These tools allow us to review internal portions of the patient's body for change. The high frequency digital radiology systems utilized here are specifically for veterinary use.... Read more