“This place is amazing. Dr. Knudsen saved my cat’s eyesight after his retinas detached by correctly diagnosing and treating the underlying cause quickly.”
-Laura

Slide Radiology At Creekside Animal Hospital, your pet has the advantage of digital radiographs for both full-body and dental x-rays. Digital radiography means that our doctors receive clearer, high resolution images in less time, with less radiation – a crucial benefit in efficiently making a diagnosis and developing a plan for treatment.

Slide Radiology At Creekside Animal Hospital, your pet has the advantage of digital radiographs for both full-body and dental x-rays. Digital radiography means that our doctors receive clearer, high resolution images in less time, with less radiation – a crucial benefit in efficiently making a diagnosis and developing a plan for treatment.

loving slider white background Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Bloodwork is essential in "providing a window" into your pet's body. Our well-equipped In-hospital lab aids in quick diagnosis when time is of the essence with sick or injured patients and allows us to properly evaluate surgery patients prior to anesthesia.

loving slider white background Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Bloodwork is essential in "providing a window" into your pet's body. Our well-equipped In-hospital lab aids in quick diagnosis when time is of the essence with sick or injured patients and allows us to properly evaluate surgery patients prior to anesthesia.

Slide Ultrasound Ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool that gives us a detailed image of your pet’s internal organs. This non-invasive, state-of-the-art technology uses soundwaves to produce a detailed moving image of the internal organs. The procedure is identical to that used in human medicine.
Ultrasound is most often utilized in the examination of your pet’s heart and abdominal organs. It is useful in diagnosing heart disease, the presence of abdominal masses or foreign bodies, evaluating organ function and more. Ultrasound can also be used to determine if your pet is pregnant.

Slide Ultrasound Ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool that gives us a detailed image of your pet’s internal organs. This non-invasive, state-of-the-art technology uses soundwaves to produce a detailed moving image of the internal organs. The procedure is identical to that used in human medicine.
Ultrasound is most often utilized in the examination of your pet’s heart and abdominal organs. It is useful in diagnosing heart disease, the presence of abdominal masses or foreign bodies, evaluating organ function and more. Ultrasound can also be used to determine if your pet is pregnant.