Posts and tweets about diagnostics

Posts and tweets about diagnostics

Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about the importance of diagnostics with these tweets and posts.
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Jan 02, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Annual cost of treatment for #cats with diabetes=$1,424. Prevention (therapeutic dry food for one yr)=$90. You choose! 
#pethealth #petcare

Did you know that the annual cost of treatment for a cat with Type 2 diabetes is $1,424? The good news? The annual cost of prevention (therapeutic dry food for one year) is only $90. That’s a total savings of $1,334!


More than 10 percent of #pets brought to veterinary clinics for checkups have an underlying disease or abnormality. #pethealth #petcare

Fact: More than 10 percent of pets brought to veterinary clinics for checkups have some type of underlying disease or abnormality. When was the last time we saw your cat or dog?


Once a #pet is in organ failure, the prognosis is poor. Our blood test can discover problems before it’s too late. #pethealth #petcare

Once your pet is in organ failure, options are limited and the prognosis is poor. Did you know that a simple blood test can prevent this?


Fact: Many #pets appear normal upon a physical exam—their abnormalities would go undetected without a wellness screen! #pethealth #petcare

Fact: Many pets appear normal upon a physical exam, and their abnormalities would go undetected without a wellness screen—a blood test designed to detect these silent problems. What questions do you have about wellness screenings?


Remember: Early detection of disease is key. The sooner we identify the problem, the sooner we can help your #pets! #pethealth #petcare

Remember: Early detection of disease is key. Once a problem has been identified, we can make appropriate treatment recommendations at a point when treatment will make the most difference. Has your pet had his annual exam?


Sometimes a change in diet is all that’s needed to avoid major #pethealth problems. Bring your #pets in for a wellness screen. #petcare

Sometimes a simple change in diet is all that’s needed to avoid major pet health problems. Bring your pet in for a wellness screen—usually we’ll have the results in 20 to 30 minutes. Do you love your pet today?


DYK? Blood tests help us determine causes of illness accurately & monitor the progress of #pet medical treatments. #pethealth #petcare

Did you know? Blood tests help us determine causes of illness accurately, safely, and quickly, and show us how our medical treatments are working. What questions do you have about blood tests?


Is your #pet experiencing vomiting or diarrhea? A CBC, the most common blood test, is essential to find the problem. #pethealth #petcare

Is your pet experiencing vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of appetite? A CBC—the most common blood test—is essential. It offers information on hydration status, anemia, infection, the blood’s clotting ability, and the immune system’s ability to respond.


Does your dog’s bark sound different? Blood or urine tests can help us determine if an illness is at work. #pethealth #petcare

Does your dog’s bark or cat’s meow sound different? Is the pattern of vocalizing changing? We can help confirm changes as illnesses with the use of diagnostic tools such as blood or urine tests.


Is your #pet suddenly not interested in playing? Lethargy may be cause for concern. Let us run diagnostic tests and find out what's wrong.

Is Rex—who’s always ready to run—suddenly not interested in playing? Lethargy may be cause for concern. Let us run diagnostic tests to figure out what’s wrong and get your pup back to his old self.


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