20345 SW Pacific Highway, Suite 207-209, Sherwood, OR 97140

Fax: (503) 625-5784

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Crossroads Veterinary Hospital



Ultrasounds are a non-invasive imaging technique that allows our team to visualize the internal organs of your pet. It is the same technology used to generate sonograms during human pregnancy which uses sound waves transmitted into the body to create an image.

This tool allows us to examine the organs for location, size and shape. There are many reasons we may perform an ultrasound on your pet. These can include include:

  • Pregnancy
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Weight loss
  • Abnormal bloodwork
  • Change in urinary habits
  • Chest fluid
  • Verify a mass prior to biopsy

Ultrasounds are not painful, though some pets do require minor sedation during the procedure. We may also shave your pet’s fur to allow for  accurate contact between the ultrasound probe and your pet’s skin.

After the exam, the doctor will discuss the results with you and make recommendations for follow-up care and treatment if necessary.

An ultrasound is a great tool that can help us diagnose your pet’s medical condition without the trauma of surgery. Ultrasounds are just one of the many services that illustrate our passion for your pet’s health.

Ready to schedule an ultrasound for your pet?


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COVID-19 Update

Updated: March 12, 2022

Face masks appreciated, but not required.

With the mask mandate changes, we are still continuing to limit 2 clients to an appointment.

We would still appreciate you wear masks, as our office is small and exam rooms even smaller!

If you (the client ) is sick, coughing, sneezing, etc.: We ask you reschedule your appointment, as we have compromised employees we would like to continue to protect.

We can still provide curbside – if you prefer, just let us know when you get here. Call 503-625-4404!

Thank you for your understanding,
The Staff of Crossroads Veterinary Hospital