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31310 Woodhaven Trail
Cannon Falls, MN 55009

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651-258-4050 office
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651-222-0885 Twin Cities


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Complete Blood Cell Count (CBC)

Complete Blood Cell Counts provide information concerning the various types of blood cells. Red blood cells (RBCs) carry oxygen to the tissue of the body, while as white blood cells (WBCs) function as the bodys primary defense against infection. Platelets play a major role in the blood clotting process.


Fibrinogen Significant indicator of inflammation due to chronic infections and various other causes.

Hematocrit (HCT) Provides information on the amount of red blood cells that are present in the blood. It is useful in diagnosing anemia.

Platelets They are an important indicator of the bloods clotting abilities as well as other various health issues.

Red Blood Cells (RBCs) The primary function of red blood cells is to carry hemoglobin for the transport of oxygen. Depending on the size and color of RBCs, we are able to determine if your pet may have liver disease, vitamin B-12 and folic acid deficiencies, or various forms of anemia.

Total Protein (TP) Total protein concentrations are helpful in determining an animals hydration status. They are also useful in screening tests for patients that are experiencing a buildup of fluid in their body, weight loss, diarrhea, liver and kidney diseases, and blood clotting issues.

White Blood Cells (WBC) WBCs have various functions. They control inflammation and bacterial infections, provide immunity and aid in the clotting of blood. They can also indicate leukemia, and parasitic infections, as well as excrete toxins from the body.


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