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  •    Home » Articles » VeterinaryCare » What You Must know About Veterinary Hematology

    What You Must know About Veterinary Hematology

     

    We all grow extremely fond of our pets and they often get to be part of the family along the years. It is important to all pet owners to ensure that they take proper care of their petís health by providing regular check ups with the veterinarian. It is harder to know when your pet is ill as compared to a human being because animals cannot speak but just display their feelings as best as they possibly can.

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    Usually pet owner are quick to notice that their best friend is not feeling very well and often when that state persists they end up going to a veterinarian. The doctor will ask you a variety of questions in order to determine what is wrong with your pet and recommend something for relief.

    Blood Tests

    Like humans, many times various tests are needed in order to get to the bottom of a problem especially with animals as often the right diagnosis cannot be determined just from a few signs and symptoms. Veterinary hematology consists of taking your petís blood for which you may need to visit the hematology department in all veterinary clinics.

    All vets have the basic knowledge of veterinary hematology in order to conduct standard tests. However for advanced and more complex procedures, the blood samples are sent to specialized veterinary hematology departments.

    The Importance of Veterinary Hematology

    The state of almost everything in our body can be deduced through our blood and the same applies for out pets. Therefore veterinary hematology is extremely important to correctly diagnose and apply the right treatment in order for your pet to get relief as soon as possible.

    Blood tests are the easiest, fastest and most precise way to find out exactly what is wrong with an animal without causing him or her further discomfort but at the same time being sure of the illness.

    Helpful Tips

    If at any time you are not satisfied with the diagnosis or results from the treatment prescribed for your pet, you can always request a blood test from your vet. This way you can be sure of what is wrong with your pet and if you are still not happy with the answer you can always seek a second opinion. However, blood tests are extremely precise especially with the advanced technology that is being applied today whether it is for human or veterinary hematology.

    Always watch your pet closely for symptoms that can help your vet vastly if and when your pet falls ill. Starting a treatment plan right away is the first step to providing relief regardless of the seriousness of the disease.

     

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