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Pet Thermal Imaging

Non-invasive and non-contact imaging.

Veterinary thermal imaging effectively identifies problems in bone as well as soft tissue and can assist in the detection of nerve damage and dysfunction. It objectively measures the extent of any issues and is highly effective for monitoring recovery progress. The cameras are small and portable and thus it has the following advantages:

Noninvasive - your patient remains comfortable
Non-contact - allowing your patient to be monitored from a distance
Does not require sedation - no risks or additional costs

If you have further questions about thermal imaging, call us at (912) 554-8388.

$city pet thermal imaging

Southeast Georgia Veterinary Clinic