Ultrasound

Located at our main clinic at Parkway House, Northenden, is our Ultrasound department. The department consists of 3 fully equipped private ultrasound scanning rooms. The clinic itself is easy-accessible with a private car park to the rear of the building, ramp access points and lifts.

Our staff are highly trained and specialise Ultrasound scanning and imagery.

Diagnostic Ultrasounds are available for:

-General abdominal: includes assessment of the aorta, biliary tract, gallbladder, inferior vena cava, kidneys, liver, pancreas, retroperitoneum and spleen.

- Gynaecology: including transabdominal and transvaginal.

- Renal, Bladder, Prostate.

- Scrotal, Testicular.

-Musculoskeletal

-Vascular

Have you been advised you need an Ultrasound? Why not have it with us!

For more information please see our frequently asked questions however if you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us by our website, email or phone us.

For your own personal medication queries, please consult your own GP.

About Ultrasounds

Why should I adopt from The Animal Protection League?


  • If your pet hasn’t already been spayed or neutered, your adoption fee includes it! Your pet will be spayed/neutered before they go home.
  • All animals receive a complimentary wellness exam and a certificate for a free Rabies vaccine (redeemable with any participating veterinarian).
  • Each animal receives 30 days of free pet insurance.
  • All animals will have received - at minimum - their first round of vaccinations, complete deworming, and flea/tick treatment, if needed.
  • All dogs meeting the age requirement (6 months old) will have been heartworm tested.
  • All cats are Feline Leukemia and FIV tested.
  • Each pet is microchipped and registered to the adopter for FREE.




How old do I have to be to adopt?


The minimum age for adoption is 21.




Do I have to be a homeowner to adopt?


We must be able to either verify homeownership or have approval from from your landlord. Regardless of age, if you live with a parent or other family member, he or she must be present at the time of adoption.




What identification will I need, if I want to adopt?


We require you to have a personal phone number and driver's license or state ID.




What if I already have a pet at home?


If you currently have a dog, we require that they be introduced to your new addition. We'll schedule a meet & greet and help with introductions. If you currently have a cat, and would like to adopt a dog, we'll conduct a complimentary "cat test" to ensure feline-canine compatibility.




What if I have young kids?


We require that all family/household members be introduced to new pets, before an adoption is finalized. This requirement may be waived for some cat adoptions.




May I give a pet as a gift?


Because choosing a pet is a very personal - and lifelong - decision, we do not allow pets to be adopted as gifts.




Do my current pets need to be spayed/neutered before I can adopt?


Approximately 3 million animals are euthanized in U.S. shelters every year. In an effort to do our part to reduce that number, we require that other animals within an adopter's home be spayed or neutered. To learn more about the health and behavior improvement benefits of spaying/neutering your pet and low-cost vet resources visit this page . Some exceptions may be made under the following circumstances:

  • You provide documentation from your vet explaining why spaying/neutering is not in your pet's best health interest.
  • Your pet is under six months old.
  • You can provide proof of a Breeder's permit and have documentation that your pet is a "show" animal.