In human dentistry, it is a routine to have state-of-the-art full mouth dental x-rays taken when you are at the dentist for an annual check-up. Now, NASVC is proud to announce, we can offer this gold standard of diagnostic for your pet as well.
Hip dysplasia (HD) is a well-known inherited orthopedic condition which can affect mostly large breed dogs and lead to osteoarthritis causing pain and diminished quality of life if not controlled or treated.
Supra- and Intercondylarfemoral fracture in a cat (multiple fragments) – fixed with a lag screw and three Kirschner pins
Rabbits, hares, hamsters,guinea pigs,chinchillas and many other animals belong in the categories of lagomorph and rodents. They have one thing in common that we do not see in dogs and cats: their teeth grow throughout their entire life.Dog, cat and even human teeth grow until they reach their maximum size and then they stop. Rodent teeth can grow up to 2 cm a month – depending on the species and the location of the teeth.