What to expect

Diagnostic testing is a vital part of the decision-making process, which aims to increase diagnostic certainty, assists management and treatment decisions, and provides a prognosis.
If your pet has a specific problem at the time of the examination, the veterinarian may perform additional tests that are not generally done as part of a typical physical examination. Our in-house laboratory is equipped with the latest IDEXX machines and many tests can be performed in-house but some have to be sent to contract laboratories.

There are a variety of tests available, including:

• Bloodwork: hematology and biochemistry • Microscopic examinations (Cytology) • Bacteriology • Fecal examination • Urine analysis

• Skin scrape examination • Wood’s lamp examination • Allergy testing • Digestive disorders and intoxication investigations


Contributing to management and treatment decisions

Increasing diagnostic certainty

Diagnostic Testing(Laboratory)




The following FAQs can help you learn more about our diagnostic testing (Laboratory) . If you have any additional queries, please contact us.

Depending on the species and type of analysis required, results may take 10 to 15 minutes if the procedure can be performed in-house. If the sample has to be sent to another laboratory, it may take a few days. We always do our best to minimize turnaround time in order to get a rapid result.