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Animal Sounds: Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound has become the modality of choice for non-invasive investigation of soft tissue, including abdominal, echocardiography, thorax and small parts such as thyroid and musculoskeletal structures. The results of high quality, advanced techniques in ultrasound yield a great deal of information in the diagnostic work-up for the general practitioner and specialist alike.

What is Animal Sounds?

Animal Sounds is a mobile veterinary ultrasound service located in Oregon’s southern Willamette Valley. The service is owned by Dr. Eric Lindquist, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice), Cert. IVUSS, of Sonopath.  Amanda Lacey and Heidi Putnam are the current sonographers for Animal Sounds and Sonopath in Oregon.

Current Services through ASNW

Abdominal Study
Cardiac/Thoracic Study & ECG
Orthopedic Study
Thyroid Study
Pregnancy Check
Fine Needle Aspirate Procedures
Telecytology and Teleradiology via Sonopath

How Can Animal Sounds Benefit My Veterinary Practice?

  • The pet, client, and treatment remain with your practice; no referral necessary.
  • Your patient gets an ultrasound when they need it. We have sonographers on the road Monday – Friday, with a flexible appointment schedule to fit your needs.
  • Our team ensures fast, efficient scans, with the highest level of images that you have come to expect, and also keep your valuable doctor/tech time into consideration.
  • Results within 24 hours or less, to help expedite the continued care of your patient.

Our Latest Posts

January 2019 Sonopath Case Of The Month featuring our very own, Amanda Lacey!

January 2019 Sonopath Case Of The Month featuring our very own, Amanda Lacey!

Jan 30 2019

Wait, that’s not supposed to be there… Working in mobile ultrasound, you just NEVER know what you’re going to see! January’s Case of the…

December 2018 COTM – Bladder Mass: Surgical or Not?

December 2018 COTM – Bladder Mass: Surgical or Not?

Dec 20 2018

Bladder Mass: Surgical or Not? Defining surgical resectability of a bladder mass Presented with clinical signs of a UTI or worse?  Schedule…

Splenocaval Shunt with Minor Microhepatica in a 1-year-old MN DSH Cat: Our Case Of the Month November 2018

Splenocaval Shunt with Minor Microhepatica in a 1-year-old MN DSH Cat: Our Case Of the Month November 2018

Nov 19 2018

A smaller than average cat or dog, failing to thrive, with high post-prandial bile acids When all signs point to a potential liver…

October 2018 Sonopath Case Of The Month: PDA, Valvular Aortic Stenosis, Valvular Pulmonic Stenosis and Mitral Dysplasia in a 2-year-old Male Golden Retriever

October 2018 Sonopath Case Of The Month: PDA, Valvular Aortic Stenosis, Valvular Pulmonic Stenosis and Mitral Dysplasia in a 2-year-old Male Golden Retriever

Oct 08 2018

“If you find one congenital heart disease, you must always look for a second one. Sometimes it is unbelievable to see how…

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541-357-9423

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