Veterinary Pathology

Advanced Veterinary Pathology Tests and Services

At DCC Animal Hospital, we use modern technology and human connection to provide world-class services. With our world-class vet pathology services, you get the most accurate results, which allow you to make a confident decision for your loved ones. Our pathology lab is equipped to handle critical cases efficiently.

Moreover, our veterinary pathologists have an in-depth knowledge of various pet diseases. They are highly qualified to perform research that increases their knowledge of disease pathogenesis and leads them to new methods to treat and prevent diseases in pets.

Both our animal hospitals (Greater Kailash 2, New Delhi & Palam Vihar, Gurgaon) have sophisticated in-house expert veterinarians. This means we can take a blood sample from your pet and provide you with accurate results within a short period. Our veterinary pathologists come with invaluable experience when it comes to diagnosing the problem.

What factors affect your pet test results?

Many factors can affect test results, including

  • Age
  • Breed
  • General health
  • Specific foods
  • Existing Medication of your pet
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When our veterinarian suggests a few tests that might seem like a lot of tests for your pet in the process of diagnosis, you must understand what each test entails and the reason for performing it on your pet. Trust our expert veterinarians throughout the process.

We conduct animal pathology tests for the following:-

  • Health checkups (especially old animals)- During health checkups, our veterinarian thoroughly examines your pet to look for any symptoms of disease or other issues. Our vets usually start by weighing your pet and inspecting the skin, fur, eyes, ears, teeth, and mouth.
  • Pre-anaesthetic examinationsThis includes a thorough physical examination as well as laboratory testing to provide a complete picture of your pet’s current health. Our team of vet pathologists uses cutting-edge monitoring technology and laboratory test findings to create the best anesthetic strategy for your pet before the surgery.
  • Generally unhealthy patients – A variety of factors might be a reason for an unhealthy pet, including disease, injury, skin problems, dental issues, and many others. 
  • Kidney diseasesOur vet pathologists treat kidney disease cases with fluids, antibiotics, and other medications.
  • Liver diseases If your pet shows signs of liver disease, our veterinarians may inquire about their food and medications. They may suggest blood tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and biopsy. 
FAQS

Some Of The Common Questions

As a pet owner, what questions shall I ask my pet's pathologist?

As a pet owner, you should ask your pet pathologist in how much time will you receive the test result, what are the name of the diseases you are testing my pet for or is there any cure to that disease.

Where can I find a good veterinary pathologist for my pet?

You can easily find a pet pathologist in a animal hospital near you. Generally, small clinics do not have a pathology lab but large hospitals have a complete lab setup.

Are pathological tests for pets expensive?

Pet Pathological tests can cost almost equal to our clinical tests. It also depends upon the type of hospital you take your pet to. Renowned and famous hospitals will have higher charges because they have world-class equipment.

In how many days shall I expect test report from my pet's pathologist?

Generally it takes two or three days for results to come through when you take clinical test for your pet. The result can take two to three weeks for serious medical tests.

What does veterinary pathology mean?

Veterinary pathology is a study in which a pathologist study the tissues, organs and fluids of animal body.

How veterinary pathology will help to detect my pet's medical condition?

Veterinary pathology will help to test your pet's medical condition by discovering life-threatening diseases like cancer.

How many types of pathologists are there?

There are two types of pathologists: veterinary animal pathologists and veterinary clinical pathologists. Clinical pathologists will diagnose diseases and any kind of illness by analyzing blood or urine samples.

What are the treatments handled by a veterinary pathologist?

Pathology is not only used to detect life-threatening diseases but they can also find out infertility in pets or which pet is more likely to develop muscle disorders and other genetic problems.

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