Thermal Images: See Your Pet’s Health with 20/20 Clarity

You are good at observing your dog or cat at home. You notice subtle changes that may indicate your favorite four-legged family member has a change in health. Your veterinarian is skilled in listening to you and observing your pet. But there may be health changes you don’t notice at home, and there is always a lot that dogs and cats don’t show and can’t tell you and your veterinarian.

In addition to good observation skills and experience, your veterinarian has many tools that help detect abnormal conditions in your dog or cat. One of the more exciting is non-invasive, non-painful thermal imaging.

What are thermal images and how can they help my pet?
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