How Much Does a Dog Endoscopy Cost?

An endoscopy is done to dogs as a way to examine the colon or the stomach as well as other internal organs of your dog.  An endoscope is used to perform such procedure, and a vet may need a flexible or rigid endoscope to get the job done.  Usually, rigid scopes are used to check the genito-urinary tract and abdominal system of your dog by being inserted into the rectum.  On the other hand, flexible scopes are used to check your dog’s trachea, small intestines, and the major airway of your lungs.  This type of endoscopy is done by inserting the flexible scope through the mouth.  An endoscopy can be done for a few different reasons.  If your dog has swallowed a foreign object that he will not be able to digest, an endoscope can be used to find it and remove it.  If your dog has been suffering from diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, abdominal pain, or loss of appetite, an endoscopy may help the veterinarian determine what is wrong and how to fix it.


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  1. G A paid $ and said:

    This price included x-rays, anesthesia, endoscopy, exam, hospitalization for a day, IV, and everything else that goes with it. Quite pricey but do you say no to your pet that is in pain and life in danger?

    For what it’s worth, in Eastern Europe (we are from there) at a top of the line vet facility, the same procedure performed by an experienced vet, with an overnight stay for monitoring, costs around the equivalent of $350 USD (I.E. technically, although not advisable, it is cheaper to fly the dog there, perform the procedure and fly back :-)

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