A kitten outsideElectrocardiography in veterinary medicine is similar to that used for people. When a condition affecting the function or structure of the heart is suspected, an ECG is invaluable in diagnosis. ECGs pick up the electrical activity of the heart to determine if your pet is experiencing problems, such as a rhythm abnormalities, heart enlargement, or other conditions affecting function.

Heart disease is a common condition affecting cats and dogs, especially as they age. We are proud to offer the expertise of a specialist at our hospital who can perform ECGs on site and consult with you in the care of your pet’s improved heart health.

To learn more or schedule a consultation, please phone us.