Bloodwork Panel ............................. $95-120

*Heartworm and Urinaylsis included*
Urinaylsis ........................................ $55
Heartworm Test ..............................$52.75
Thyroid Panels ..............................   $125-165

For more pricing and information

please call us at 843-628-1941 or e-mail us at Info@IslandVetCare.com

Labwork

 

 

We offer full blood work, fecal and urinalysis panels through our laboratory  Antech Diagnostics. These panels allow us to diagnosis potential diseases before becoming serious issues.

 

Fact: Our pets age 7x faster with each year. By the time they reach the age of 7 they are almost 50 in human years. Experts recommend starting annual basic wellness panels around age 7 for both cats and dogs.

 

Listed are just a few panels we offer

  • Bloodwork Panel- this panel covers a complete chemistry from a simple blood draw. It includes results from liver, kidney, electrolytes, muscle and bone, and CBC (Complete Blood Count which includes your red  and white blood cells as well as a variety of other important cells needed for healthy function). *Heartworm test and Urinalysis included*

  • Urinalysis- Assesses the concentrating ability of the kidneys, protein loss from the kidneys and detection of urinary tract infections.

  • Intestinal Parasite Screening- collection of a fecal sample which tests for intestinal parasites such as roundworms, whipworms and hooksworms.

  • Heartworm Test- This tests for a particular parasite that is transmitted via a mosquito bite. The parasite infects a dogs heart and lungs. If left untreated this disease could be deadly to your pet. If any monthly prevention is missed it is highly recommended to test every 6 months.

  • FeLV/FIV test- This test is recommended for kittens/adult cats with unknown histories.  FeLV and FIV both affect the integrity of the immune system.  These diseases are extremely contagious to other cats if they come into contact with a positive carrier. Best prevention is to know if your cat has this disease so that appropriate precautions can be taken.

 

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