Cat & Dog Imaging and Veterinary Diagnostics in Greenfield, WI

Understanding your pet’s health so we can provide them with the highest level of care requires reliable, state-of-the-art diagnostic tools. At Frontier Veterinary Urgent Care, our Greenfield, WI, veterinarians employ in-house laboratory testing, digital radiography, ultrasound, and CT imaging to help us make the most accurate diagnoses possible.

A physical examination provides us with limited information about your pet’s health; therefore, additional tools are often necessary to develop an effective treatment plan.

Why Lab Testing Is Important

In urgent situations, lab testing can give us deeper insight into your pet’s condition. Comprehensive testing enables us to diagnose or rule out any internal issues that may arise.

Our equipment allows for the testing of blood, urine, stool, skin samples, and cytology of lumps/bumps (with review by a pathologist within 2 hours) for faster results.

We can learn a lot about the health and function of your pet’s major organs, screen for parasites, and find evidence of internal illness with the help of our in-house laboratory.

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Digital Radiography

Digital x-rays allow us to evaluate the bones, joints, chest and abdomen of your dog or cat.  Digital x-rays are not only helpful, but are a safe, painless and non-invasive way to gain ample information about your companion's condition.


Our in-house ultrasound technology provides us with information about the function of your pet’s internal organs. This is yet another timely and non-invasive method of analysis, as an ultrasound allows us to assess your pet’s soft tissue organs by examining their shape, size, and texture, and detect any abnormalities that may be associated with your pet’s illness.

CT Scan

Another tool we utilize to evaluate your pet internally is our CT scanner. CT imaging creates cross-sectional images, or image slices, of a potential problem area in the body with the aid of X-rays. CT is often used to view the heart, lungs, abdomen, nasal cavity, ear canal, bones, and joints. It can help us evaluate internal injuries and diagnose tumors, elbow dysplasia, cancer, lung disease, and more.