Dog & Cat Ultrasounds in Charleston, SC

Ultrasounds are a safe, non-invasive way of evaluating a dog or cat’s internal organs by providing a two-dimensional moving image using high-frequency sound waves. Though most patients tolerate ultrasound very well, sometimes the procedure requires light sedation to facilitate a thorough ultrasound examination.

Why Does My Dog or Cat Need a Ultrasound?

Ultrasound is a useful diagnostic tool to image abdominal organs and masses, to collect aspirates, and to confirm pregnancies. Ultrasound packs a large diagnostic punch when used with other tests for a comprehensive exam.

Dog and Cat Ultrasounds in Charleston, SC
Veterinarians During a Dog Ultrasound


• Unexplained weight loss
• Irregular blood work
• Enlarged lymph nodes
• Palpable masses
• Abdominal pain
• Vomiting
• Blood in urine

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