Flushing Animal Hospital & Pet Hotel
Flushing Animal Hospital & Pet Hotel

Diagnostic Imaging

We have the capabilities here to do a variety of diagnostic imaging. This includes ultrasound, and while we have always had the capabilities of radiology (X-Rays), we have recently upgraded to digital radiography!



Here at Flushing Animal Hospital, we can do abdominal ultrasounds that are commonly used to diagnose pregnancy, free-floating fluid in the abdominal cavity, tumors, and many other things.



For your convenience, we offer in house radiographs (X-RAYS) and a variety of contrast imaging techniques. Radiographs can be used to aid in the diagnosis of many health problems. These include: heart disease, hip dysplasia, tumors, intestinal blockages, and many more. Not only does Dr. Florida review x-rays, but they are also sent out to a radiologist to review as well.

On-Site Laboratory

We have the option of running diagnostic blood work in-house. This includes complete blood counts (manual and automated), serum chemistries, and electrolyte testing. Also available are chemical and microscopic examination of urine, many cytological examinations (like skin scrapings, intestinal parasite testing, fecal cytology, ear cytology, etc.) Antigen heartworm testing, feline leukemia and AIDS testing, and canine parvo testing are available.


Here are some of the common tests we offer. We do offer many others, however, these are our most common:


Wellness Bloodwork: 

We offer a discounted blood work profile through an outside laboratory (IDEXX). This profile includes a CBC, a 25 panel organ profile, and thyroid testing. It is recommended that we do this profile at least once a year, or every 6 months for pets who take daily medications. With this profile we are able to detect disease processes and an earlier stage, helping your pet to reach and maintain an optimum level of health.


Complete Blood Count (CBC): 

A CBC checks platelets, which will tell us if your pet’s blood can clot during/after surgery, checks for anemia-low number of blood cells, checks for your pets ability to fight infection, and checks the oxygen carrying capabilities of the cells.


General Health Profile:

This blood panel is designed to check functions of the kidneys, liver, and pancreas. Also included in this panel are blood glucose, calcium, cholesterol and total protein.


Allergy Testing:

Does your pet have a chronic problem such as itching, ear infections, vomiting, or diarrhea? All of these can be signs of an allergy problem. At Flushing Animal Hospital we have the option to do serum allergy testing through Spectrum Laboratories. We often test for indoor allergies, outdoor allergies, and food allergies for both canines and felines. These tests are available individually or all together for a total of 91 allergens we are testing for. With these tests we can help to eliminate the cause of the problem, or help to control it if it's something that cannot be eliminated. The cost of this procedure varies depending on what conditions your pet has. Please talk to a staff member for more information or to see an example of allergy test results.


Intestinal Parasite Fecal Examination: 

Did you know that all pets, even indoor pets, can be at risk of carrying intestinal parasites? With a fresh fecal sample, we can look under the microscope for worm and parasite eggs (most of the time worms are not visible in a fecal sample, so we look for eggs under the microscope). Did you know that parasites and worms are transmittable to you and your family? By having a fecal sample tested, you are protecting not only your pet, but your family as well. Intestinal Parasite Fecal Testing should be done on all pets every 6 months.


Canine Heartworm Test: 

In as little as 10 minutes, with a quick and painless blood test, we can determine if your dog contracted heartworm disease last season. Heartworm disease is an often fatal, easily preventable disease that is spread by mosquitoes. With a once monthly, affordable heartworm medication, prevention has never been easier. With the cost of treating heartworm disease ranging from $500 to $1000, why not spend pennies a day to check for it and prevent it from happening? This test is recommended for all dogs once a year.


Feline Leukemia & Aids Test: 

In as little as 10 minutes, with a quick and painless blood test, we can determine if your cat has Feline Leukemia or Feline AIDS. Feline Leukemia and feline AIDS can affect cats in similar ways and both can be deadly. Signs and symptoms can vary ranging from anemia, to cancer, to even death. They are both highly contagious and are spread from cat to cat contact. Leukemia and AIDS generally show no symptoms in the early years or months, making it easy to transmit to others. Early detection of these diseases will enable you to manage them, maintain the health of your cat, and help to prevent the spread of infection to other cats. This test is recommended for all cats that have never been tested, especially cats that have lived outdoors, been adopted, rescued, or have had contact with other cats that have.



Within 20-30 minutes, we can test your pet's urine for things like bladder infections and urinary crystals. Urinalysis can also be helpful in diagnosing kidney disease and diabetes.


Thyroid Function Testing: 

Thyroid function testing tells us how much thyroid hormone the body is producing. The thyroid gland regulates the bodies metabolic rate. An overproduction or underproduction of this  hormone can cause the bodies metabolic rate to either speed up or slow down. Most commonly, we see hyperthyroidism in cats and hypothyroidism in dogs.

6302 W Pierson Rd

Flushing, MI 48433

Phone: (810) 659-1151

Fax: (810) 659-2083

Appointment-Based Veterinary Care

Office Hours

Monday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Thursday: CLOSED

Friday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: CLOSED

Payment Options

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