If you are being referred to MVC for an ultrasound, a written referral from your regular veterinarian is required.
Ultrasound has increasingly become a vital tool in the practice of veterinary medicine. Ultrasound allows veterinary clinicians to assess the structure and function of the body’s organs in both the thoracic and abdominal cavities. Ultrasound is a sensitive, effective, fast, and noninvasive diagnostic tool that has changed how vets practice medicine. Cardiac and abdominal ultrasound helps us detect medical problems that may not be obvious from examination alone.
Synovetin OA® is a new therapy that can help restore your dog’s active life. One treatment can last up to one full year.
Synovetin OA® works by treating canine osteoarthritis at the source by targeting and deactivating the inflammation-producing cells for up to 12 months.
Studies show a 92% success rate in dogs with mild and moderate elbow osteoarthritis. No significant side effects or safety issues have been reported.
PiezoWave Therapy (PWT) is one of the cutting-edge procedures that Dr. Eyrich offers through her services. Within the animal world, the treatment is commonly used for alleviating and promoting the healing of musculoskeletal aggravated areas. PWT is a non-invasive procedure designed at relieving pain and promoting healing.
Mission Vet is proud to offer our clients a complete diagnostic laboratory. Our in clinic laboratory machines can perform complete blood cell counts, complete chemistry panels, including liver, kidney, and pancreatic enzyme function tests, glucose, and electrolytes.
Additionally, our hospital can send samples out to a diagnostic laboratory ensuring that we have a wide range of diagnostic capabilities.
Our hospital offers a variety of dentistry services. At your pet's yearly examination it may be determined that they require a dental cleaning.
Routine veterinary dentistry involves prophylaxis (teeth cleaning), polishing and a full oral examination.