Radiographic imaging is an important diagnostic tool used frequently to assess many underlying disease conditions. Traumatic bone fractures, periodontal disease, cardio-pulmonary problems, organ anomalies and gastrointestinal conditions are often delineated using “X-rays”. One of the the greatest challenges of veterinary medicine is the ability to work on patients of varied sizes. Newer technology can provide quality images in patients ranging from several hundred pounds to only several grams.