To ensure a proper diagnosis, we need to examine your pet and all previous medical history. A thorough review of the pet’s environmental settings also helps shed light on possible culprits behind health issues.
Based on your pet’s condition, we may recommend further diagnostic tests. These tests most often help us discover underlying issues so that the condition may be appropriaty addressed, helping your pet with long term health and save you time and resources.
Clients use Legacy Veterinary Clinic for a second opinion when more advanced diagnostics and treatments are needed. Our experience shows, majority of canine patients diagnosed with hypothyroidism are suffering from other conditions such as lymphoma, allergy or various internal organ conditions.
If you have a pet with a chronic issue not responding well to prescribed therapies, please call us to schedule a medical consultation.