As a member of the Ethos Veterinary Health family, Ethos Diagnostic Science shares the mission of providing unsurpassed veterinary laboratory testing for our hospital patients, the greater veterinary community, and scientific researchers.

The Ethos core values of collaboration, development, integration, quality and teamwork allow us to combine the benefits of advanced equipment with a tailored one-on-one approach to our lab services. As a full-service veterinary reference laboratory, we offer routine and specialized testing in the areas of Hematology, Clinical Chemistry, Urinalysis, Endocrinology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Serology, Cytopathology, and Histopathology. Our goals are to deliver quality laboratory results with rapid turnaround times and first-rate customer service.
  • Services

    Services

    Our tailored panels and state-of-the art analyzer technology provide you with consistent, accurate, and reliable results.

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  • Cytopathology

    Cytopathology

    Our team of board-certified clinical pathologists perform cytological evaluation on samples from solid masses, tissues and fluids.

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  • Hematology

    Hematology

    Our highly skilled technicians work in direct contact with our on-site clinical pathologists to guarantee your patients the most comprehensive CBCs possible.

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  • Histopathology

    Histopathology

    We can coordinate histopathology with a case’s cytological, hematological and blood chemistry results.

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  • Forms

    Forms

    Service Request Forms available for download

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  • Become a Client

    Become a Client

    We pride ourselves on providing the best customer service in the industry. Our skilled team of pathologists, technicians and assistants are available to assist with all your laboratory needs. Sign up today and treat our services as a direct extension of your own.

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Recent News

Challenges in Diagnosing Lymphoid Neoplasia

December 23, 2019

The lymphatic system is a beautiful and infinitely complex network of cells, tissues, and organs designed to respond to diverse antigens that may present on almost every pathogen imaginable. The three major types of lymphocytes are T-cells, B-cells, and natural killer (NK) cells. Of these, T-cells and B-cells are the most frequently implicated in lymphoproliferative

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