- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services our Antioch Veterinarians provide.
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Your Antioch veterinarian has in-house laboratory services for quick, same day analysis. This service includes ear cytology, aspirate cytology, fecal flotations, direct fecal smears, heart-worm tests, feline leukemia and FIV tests, CBC, bio-chemistry, skin cytology, skin scraping, and urinalysis, just to name a few.
Your dog and cat is at risk for having several types of intestinal worms. In almost every case, only your Antioch veterinarian can diagnose these worms by special tests (fecal flotation and direct fecal smear) using a microscope. These worms include the following:
Your pet can be infected with worms in several ways. These include orally ingesting the eggs of larvae from feces (Roundworms, Hookworms, Whipworms, Coccidia), invasion through the skin (Hookworms), and intrauterine infection (Roundworms). Roundworms and hookworms can also pass from the mother’s milk to the nursing puppies or kittens.
Roundworms, hookworms, and some tapeworms can also infect humans. Since humans are not the normal host, infections can result in serious complications.
Talk to your Antioch veterinarian today about diagnosing and treating these intestinal parasites.
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
New clients receive 50% OFF first exam fee for dogs and cats.
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