We, at Agave Veterinary Care and Exotic Animal Hospital provide on-site radiology, ultrasound, and laboratory services for animals in Leander, Texas, as well as elsewhere.
Pet Diagnostics in Leander, TX
At Agave Veterinary Care and Exotic Animal Hospital, we are committed to providing top-quality medical care for pets, utilizing the latest technology in veterinary diagnostics. We understand the stress and anxiety pet owners can experience when their furry friends are unwell. We strive to offer faster and more accurate results through our on-site radiology, imaging services, and in-house medical laboratory.
With our state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, we can quickly identify the cause of your pet’s illness, allowing us to start appropriate treatment promptly. Our on-site facilities enable us to conduct tests and analyze results without external laboratories, reducing waiting time and ensuring efficient diagnoses. We believe timely and accurate diagnostics are crucial in providing the best care for pets.
Our experienced veterinarians will take the time to discuss all available treatment options with you, including associated fees, to ensure that you are well-informed and can make the best decisions for your pet’s health. We prioritize transparency and open communication with our clients, as we believe that a collaborative approach is vital in the care of animals.
Ultrasonography is available at Agave Veterinary Care and Exotic Animal Hospital to aid in the diagnosis
of your pet’s illness. Ultrasound uses harmless sound waves to visualize the internal structures of the
body in a painless and non-invasive way. Dr. Miller has received extensive ultrasound training and can
offer same day ultrasound examinations. In some cases, an ultrasound by a veterinary radiologist may be
Digital radiography uses high energy beams (x-rays) to generate two dimensional images of the internal
anatomy of the body. These images, or radiographs, allow us evaluate your pet’s bones, heart, lungs, and
abdominal organs. These invaluable results can determine the cause of your pet’s limping, respiratory
issues, vomiting or other problems, or to rule out disease entirely. X-rays can provide same day
information about your pet’s health. Complex issues can also be evaluated by a board certified
veterinary radiologist within a day or two if necessary.