Pet Remote Cardiology

The diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disorders are the main goals of cardiology.
If you want to understand more about pet remote cardiology, contact us.

Remote Cardiology

At Homestead Veterinary Hospital, our veterinarian and the rest of our veterinary team provide thorough assessments and treatments with kindness and care. Beyond a standard examination, pet cardiology offers assistance to your furry family members. This procedure uses a non-invasive nuclear imaging test to evaluate the pet’s heart.

One of the most thorough methods for a pet cardiologist to identify coronary artery disease and damage brought on by a heart attack is a non-invasive scan. With the use of these scans, you can determine whether the heart muscle in your pet is healthy or injured. Your cherished pet will be one step closer to general wellness and permanently warding off disease after obtaining a scan.

It’s All About the Heart

Veterinarians are becoming increasingly concerned with pet cardiology as our animal hospital recognizes and cares for many animals with heart conditions or unplanned heart attacks. To ensure that your animal has a long and active life, we want to ensure every safety step is done.

Here are some quick facts about heart problems in pets and whether you should visit our veterinary hospital’s pet cardiologist. By observing these conditions, we can identify and treat the cardiac risk of the heart and lungs :

  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Coughing and other breathing problems
  • Cardiac tumors
  • High blood pressure
  • Congenital heart defects since birth
  • Age-related changes to the valves of the heart–degeneration
  • Cardiac arrhythmias, often referred to as heart murmurs

Following a thorough inspection of your animal, our veterinarian will recommend additional testing depending on our results and proceed from there. We’ll review your pet’s medical history and any drugs they might be on right now. Our veterinarian might suggest a diagnostic procedure or a course of therapy based on the health of your pet.