Digital radiography is now available at North Yonge Veterinary Hospital
Your pet means the world to you and when something is wrong with your beloved companion, you want the best answers and help available. We’re always looking for ways to do that. In early 2016, we upgraded our entire radiography service (x-rays) to full digital radiography. Our staff and clients have been extremely happy with this amazing service.
What does that mean for you and your pet? It’s very fast and convenient, meaning you and your pet will spend less time in our office. We love to see our patients, but we know they’re happier when they leave us!
When it comes to diagnosing problems, you want accurate answers, and the sooner the better. The upgrade has meant far better quality x-ray images, and our veterinarians have a variety of computerized digital tools to assist in the evaluation of all x-rays. Perhaps best of all, the latest technology comes at the same cost of old style x-rays.
When your dog, cat or other pet is suffering from orthopaedic problems such as fractures, arthritis, cancer, bone and joint disease, heart or lung issues, or abdominal disease – just to name just a few – pet x-rays are an invaluable tool when it comes to making a diagnosis.
We can also easily e-mail pet x-rays to clients, specialists and others. As an optional service, if necessary, the x-rays can be sent to a board certified veterinary radiologist for a specialist’s full report (at the veterinarian’s discretion).
Feel free to ask about this service if you have any questions and we would be happy to take you on a hospital tour and show you some of the amazing x-rays that this system takes.
Dr. Gary Arzem, Newmarket Veterinarian
About Dr. Arzem and North Yonge Veterinary Hospital:
Dr. Gary Arzem received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Ontario in 1989. He is a founder and head veterinarian at North Yonge Veterinary Hospital in Newmarket, Ontario. Having practiced veterinary medicine for more than 28 years, his skills and special interests include surgery, dentistry, diagnostic imaging (ultrasound and radiography), dermatology, internal medicine, cardiology, ophthalmology and public health as it relates to pets and their owners. He is a founder of The Veterinary Emergency Clinic of York Region in Newmarket. Dr. Arzem is recognized as an educational leader in the community and is involved with The Ontario Veterinary College, York Region District School Board, Simcoe County Board of Education, and both Seneca and Sheridan College’s Co-Operative Education Programs. Dr. Arzem also participates in several continuing education conferences, including The North American and Western Veterinary Conferences and he is actively involved in fundraising for a number of charitable organizations, such as The Pet Trust Fund, The Farley Foundation, The Hospital for Sick Children and the Canadian Cancer Society. He has also appeared on City T.V.’s Animal House Calls and Rogers Your Pet Your Vet television shows and has written several articles for Newmarket’s Snapd Newspapers.