Veterinary Services

Pet Ultrasound

Here at Heartland Animal Hospital, we are fortunate to have state-of-the-art ultrasonic care available. We provide general and specialized ultrasound service. 
Cat under ultrasound procedure

Heartland Ultrasound Services

Ultrasounds can be used for urinary tract disorders, reproduction, abdominal organ scans, and biopsy for more information. Ultrasound is a powerful tool that can be used to non-invasively identify many health concerns. Ultrasound has been a valuable tool in early pregnancy diagnosis and confirming viable fetuses at various stages of pregnancy. 

 Dr. Illaina Neigebauer performs our in-house ultrasound services, including abdominal, adrenal glands, and biopsy if indicated. We partner with a board-certified radiologist who travels to us and will perform cardiac evaluations.

The Power of Pet Ultrasound

Pet ultrasound is more than just a diagnostic tool; it’s a window into your pet’s inner world. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with advanced ultrasound technology, providing us with a non-invasive and detailed view of your pet’s internal organs, tissues, and structures. This invaluable insight allows us to:

  • Early Detection: Detect and diagnose underlying health issues before they become more serious.
  • Accurate Diagnosis: Provide precise and tailored treatment plans for your pet’s unique needs.
  • Pain-Free Imaging: Offer a non-invasive and stress-free experience for your beloved companion.
  • Enhanced Care: Improve the quality of care and extend the quality of life for your pet.

Benefits for Your Beloved Pet

  • Comprehensive Wellness: Ultrasound aids in comprehensive wellness examinations, ensuring your pet’s overall health and longevity.
  • Specialized Care: Tailored treatment plans based on accurate diagnoses for specific conditions.
  • Comfortable Experience: Our compassionate approach ensures a comfortable and anxiety-free ultrasound experience for your pet.
  • Early Intervention: The ability to catch and address health issues early can be crucial in ensuring a better prognosis and reduced healthcare costs over time.