The MedVet Radiation Oncology team is committed to providing the best, most appropriate care for your pet in partnership with your family veterinarian. Below are some tips on what to expect and how to prepare for your MedVet Radiation Oncology appointment.
- Please do not feed your pet on the day of your first appointment. Allow at least 10 hours between your pet’s last feeding and appointment, however, feel free to give your pet water and any previously prescribed medications.
- Plan to spend at least 1-1/2 hours at the first appointment.
- Bring any records or test results from your primary veterinarian, including medical history, blood work, pathology reports and medical imaging studies, such as X-rays, CT or MRI scans.
- The Radiation Oncology team will take a detailed history and make a complete examination of your pet.
- One of our radiation oncologists will discuss your pet’s condition, prognosis, treatment options and associated costs before your pet undergoes any therapy.
- You and your primary veterinarian will receive a summary detailing the clinical findings, diagnosis and treatment recommendation(s).
If you have any additional questions about your MedVet Radiation Oncology Appointment, please call us.