At Countryside, we are proud to provide high quality digital radiography. These radiographs allow our veterinarians to see highly detailed information about your pet's bones and soft tissues. These high-resolution images are often used to diagnose bone fractures and arthritis.
Radiography is also the only method used to accurately diagnose canine hip dysplasia. Canine hip dysplasia is a condition that results in joint instability and the abnormal wear of cartilage. Currently, OFA and PennHip techniques are used to determine the likelihood of a dog developing hip dysplasia or arthritis. At Countryside, we provide radiographs that meet the standards for both of these techniques.