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Welcome to VetImage, Inc. 

Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound 

Serving the Inland Empire 

Call us at 877-838-4624

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Thank you for visiting VetImage, Inc. a Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound Company serving the Veterinarians of Southern California since 1997. We provide thorough in-clinic Diagnostic Ultrasounds with state-of-the-art  ultrasound machines. Our sonographers are able to provide same day images and reports.

It is our goal to provide the best quality diagnostic ultrasound services, in your hospital, in a timely fashion. We will do our best to help your veterinarian make an accurate diagnosis (including biopsies when indicated) and when needed, provide recommendations for further diagnostics and treatment. We want to be a valuable partner to you and your Veterinarian!

At VetImage, Inc., we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Shawn Kari
VetImage, Inc. | 877-838-4624

P.O. Box 510
Victorville, CA 92393

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Shawn Kari
    D.V.M.

    Dr. Kari has been practicing veterinary medicine in southern California for over thirty years since his graduation from Colorado State University in 1989 where he received both his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.  In 1998, Dr. Kari founded VetImage, Inc., a mobile veterinary ultrasound business that currently services three hundred hospitals in the Los Angeles area.

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  • Sean Rangel
    Sonographer

    My name is Sean Rangel and I am the Sonographer for VetImage. I have been with VetImage for over ten years. Throughout the ten years with VetImage, I have been trained by the best in veterinary ultrasound. Which has lead to being a mobile ultrasonographer for VetImage. I am also able to help in teaching fourth year veterinary students basic ultrasound. I’ve also been involved in training future sonographers for VetImage.

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Case of the Month

  • Case of the Month #5

    A 1.5y old castrated male Boston Terrier was in treatment for two weeks for mild renal disease (unresponsive to conventional therapy). No significant history was ever noted. After numerous trips to the specialist and much frustration, the owners asked for and got an ultrasound from their local veterinarian as a last ditch effort. Below are the ultrasound pictures, which are highly suggestive of multiple intestinal partial foreign bodies. Thanks to the persistence of the owners and ultrasound technology, a solution was finally found. 20 years ago, ultrasound was not capable of even examining the intestines; now ultrasound of the GI tract is fairly common (but still needs to be asked for many times).

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