Catskill Animal
Hospital
601 Kings Road
Catskill, NY 12414
518-943-4340
Drumm Veterinary
Hospital
1639 Columbia Park
Castleton, NY 12033
518-477-7914 
Latham Animal
Hospital
326 Troy-Schenectady Rd
Latham, NY 12110
518-785-1481 
Troy Veterinary
Hospital
840 Hoosick St
Troy, NY 12180
518-279-4668
River Street
Veterinary Clinic
193 River Street
Troy, NY 12180
518-650-5641

Digital Radiology

Radiographs or x-rays are a primary tool for our veterinarians for medical diagnosis. They are very useful for detecting a variety of problems such as arthritis, tumors, organ abnormalities, bladder and kidney stones, and bone damage. They are also used to help locate and identify foreign bodies that your dog or cat may have ingested. X-rays can also be used for routine wellness exams to establish baseline information with breeds that are prone to certain problems—for example, Dobermans often develop cardiac problems so routine chest x-rays help us track any changes to the shape or condition of their heart. We also use dental x-rays to help us find problem teeth that need attention and to help us identify damage below the gum line including tumors and abscesses.

One x-ray below is of a pitbull who was hit by a train (he is doing great!) and the other is from a cat dental.

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