May 3rd 2010 - US Military Technology Testing 

A1Savannahs - Protagonist in including advanced US Military technology into their routine Serval Hybrid care program.

A1Savannahs is using the latest FLIR Thermography cameras. 

The infrared heat that an animal emits from its body can be "viewed" with an infrared camera. The heat patterns that can be seen, show a trained practitioner how the blood flow is normal, or abnormal, in a particular animal. Blood flow can be either increased or decreased, both indications of health problems. 

Unlike X-Ray or Ultrasound, Thermography doesn't radiate waves and therefore it is a save, non-invasive, but reliable diagnostic tool. A1Savannahs Thermography cameras complete the preventive health care program designed to detect health problems before they show clinical signs.