Get Laboratory Tests at Our Veterinary Clinic in Anjou

Health Problem Diagnosis

Since animals cannot speak and tell us where they hurt, we can only rely on their behaviour and the results of physical examinations to determine what is wrong. At Clinique Vétérinaire Jarry, we use various screening tests and take samples for laboratory analysis to diagnose your pet’s illness. Here are some of the tests and analyses we do at our lab:

  • Blood tests
  • Urinalysis
  • Stool analysis
  • Bacterial and fungal cultures
  • Viral and parasitic tests
  • Allergy tests
  • Skin tests, scrapings and biopsies
  • Blood and vaginal smears
  • Microscopic analysis
  • Analysis of electrolytes
  • T4 test (thyroid gland)
  • etc.


Did Your Cat Fight and Get Scratched or Bitten Enough to Draw Blood?

We can perform a quick test for HIV and feline leukemia, diseases for which vaccines are available. We can get results in less than half an hour for this type of test.


Is Your Pet Vomiting and Lethargic or Producing Loose or Watery Stools?

Our veterinarians can conduct stool tests to detect parasitic infections such as giardiasis, and test for viruses such as parvovirus and panleukopenia. A basic vaccine will protect your pet against these viruses.


Is Your Dog Losing Patches of Fur?

Our veterinarians can make cultures to detect fungal infections such as ringworm. They can also perform skin tests to determine if your pet has allergies.


Is There Blood in Your Pet’s Urine or Has Your Pet Stopped Urinating?

Our team can perform urine tests to determine if there is a urinary tract infection or crystals. Do not wait: urinary infections are painful and can be fatal if the blockage is severe.


Hematology and Biochemistry Blood Tests

Before performing surgery under anesthesia, Clinique Vétérinaire Jarry will do a preoperative blood test on your pet to determine if it is healthy enough to be safely put under anesthesia, especially if your pet’s immune system is weakened or old. In addition, when your pet reaches 7 years of age, we'll recommend a systematic geriatric blood test to detect any disease before symptoms appear. We can also conduct regular follow-up checks if your pet is suffering from kidney failure, diabetes or hormonal problems, for example.


Make an appointment at Clinique Vétérinaire Jarry if you suspect your pet’s health is not normal. In addition to conducting a physical examination, our professional veterinarians may recommend tests or analyses to identify the problem and find a solution.

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