Digital X-ray and Ultrasound

We at Feeder Creek Veterinary Services are just as concerned about the wellbeing of your pets as you are. For this reason, we furnish our facility with the most cutting-edge diagnostic equipment available in veterinary medicine today.


Digital X-ray and Ultrasound Millersport, OH

A fully digital radiology unit (digital x-ray machine) is available at our facility. We can immediately collect highly comprehensive photos, and when necessary, we can consult online radiology experts.

Digital X-ray and Ultrasound Veterinary Services

In the hospital, we are able to use ultrasound technology. Since ultrasounds are painless, anesthesia is typically not required. The liver, kidneys, adrenal glands, and bladder can all be seen with incredible clarity on an ultrasound of the heart or abdomen.

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-ray machines have a number of benefits over conventional film X-ray technology in addition to delivering images of the same contrast and quality as traditional X-rays:

  • Convenience and speed—There is no need to wait for the film to develop; results are displayed on a computer screen right away. They can be quickly and electronically forwarded to a board-certified radiologist for interpretation.
  • Safety—Digital X-rays require less radiation than traditional ones, protecting both your pet and our staff.
Digital X-ray and Ultrasound

Veterinary Ultrasound

With the help of ultrasound, we can see your pet’s heart, intestines, liver, kidneys, spleen, and other internal organs. Because of the sensitivity of the equipment we employ, in the case of one cat, we were able to locate a piece of common string that was obstructing his intestines.

Our veterinarians can inspect and identify issues inside your pet using digital X-ray and ultrasound technology without doing exploratory surgery. These non-invasive, non-surgical diagnostic methods enable us to swiftly identify treatment alternatives to restore your pet to peak health while eliminating the stress and inconvenience of having to endure exploratory surgery.