Hampton Park Veterinary Hospital offers a full range of diagnostic testing for pets, all under one roof.

We use an in-house laboratory to identify and treat problems quickly.
  • Pre Anesthetic Blood Testing

    Pre Anesthetic Blood Testing

    Just like for people, our pets have blood tests before going into hospital. These tests screen for changes to your pet’s health that may not be obvious in a physical exam. It’s how the veterinarian makes sure a pet’s internal organs, such as their kidneys and liver heart, are healthy enough to cope with an anesthetic. It’s an essential protection for pets over eight years old, and highly recommended for all other animals.
  • Urine & Faecal Testing

    Urine & Faecal Testing

    We use screenings of an animal’s urine and faeces to answer a number of different questions. Urine tests can indicate whether an animal is suffering from a bladder or kidney problem. Faecal screening is especially important so that we can check for internal parasites. Many of these parasites we could catch.

    Their test results set a baseline that allows us to track changes to their health over time, a key part of your pet’s long-term preventative health plan.
  • Digital X-Ray & Ultrasound

    Digital X-Ray & Ultrasound

    Some problems can’t be seen from the outside. X-ray and ultrasound technology allows our vets to see what’s going on inside your pet’s body to aid diagnosis. This can often help us avoid the need for invasive surgery and assist in procedure planning.

    X-rays are commonly used to assess teeth during a dental cleaning or sore limbs. But did you know we also use them in advanced diagnostics to detect such problems as intestinal obstructions , swallowed foreign objects, bladder blockages or even spinal injury. Ultrasound is an advanced technique that uses painless sound waves to study internal organs such as the kidneys, bladder, liver, spleen and heart. Diagnostic testing offers pets in Narre Warren South and the surrounding areas answers when your sick pets need them most.

    X-rays are commonly used to assess teeth during a dental cleaning or sore limbs. But did you know we also use them in advanced diagnostics to detect such problems as intestinal obstructions , swallowed foreign objects, bladder blockages or even spinal injury.

    Ultrasound is an advanced technique that uses painless sound waves to study internal organs such as the kidneys, bladder, liver, spleen and heart. Diagnostic testing offers pets in Narre Warren South and the surrounding areas answers when your sick pets need them most.
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Caring For Life

Centrally located, Hampton Park Veterinary Hospital offers animal diagnostic testing in Hampton Park, Lynbrook, Narre Warren South and the surrounding areas, including Narre Warren North, Lyndhurst, Berwick, Hallam, Doveton, Dandenong South, Cranbourne, Cranbourne East, Cranbourne West, Cranbourne South and Endeavour Hills.