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Skin Scraping Test in Dogs

A skin scraping test is a non-invasive, affordable dermatologic test for dogs.

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Skin Cytology Test in Dogs

A skin cytology is a type of non-invasive test done by a veterinarian to help diagnose skin conditions.

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Ear Cytology Test in Dogs

Learn about ear cytology testing, how it's done, and the information it gives your vet.

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Fecal Testing for Dogs

Learn about fecal tests in dogs, how they're performed, and what they can tell your veterinarian.

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Ultrasound: What Is It and When Do Vets Use It?

Ultrasound in dogs is a way to get real-time information on a dog's organs and other internal structures. Learn more here.

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Anesthesia in Dogs

Learn how anesthesia in dogs can be made safer both before and during the procedure.

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MRI in Dogs: What Is It and When Is It Done?

MRI in dogs can give your veterinarian valuable diagnostic information. Learn more.

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CT Scans for Dogs: What Are They and What Information Do They Provide?

CT scans can be useful to veterinarians in diagnosing certain conditions when plain x-rays don't show enough detail.

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Common Blood Tests Done on Dogs

Learn about some of the most common blood tests done on dogs.

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X-Rays in Dogs: What Can They Tell Your Vet?

Learn about x-rays in dogs and how your veterinarian can use them to help diagnose your dog.

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