How Much Does a Dog Xray Cost?

A dog x-ray is one of the most important diagnostic tools for most veterinarians to have in their offices.  X-rays can be used to check for fractures, the degree of bone break, or to check the pregnancy stage of a dog.  In addition, a dog x-ray could determine the number of pups a pregnant dog is going to have.  It could also detect stomach obstructions and possible tumors.  Because of the nature of dogs to chew and swallow things they are not supposed to, x-rays can be used to show whether a dog could have swallowed an item such as a safety pin, rock, toys or nails.  Just as an x-ray is important for doctors to use on humans, the dog x-ray is an important tool for diagnostics and to prevent further complications.

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  1. Al paid $ and said:

    It was not worth it. The vet knew there was fluid in the abdomen and the x-ray would just fill the screen with white. Diagnosing the problems in the abdomen was the reason for the visit. Unfortunately, the x-ray did reveal spots on the lungs.

  2. William paid $ and said:

    Small to medium dog 28 lbs. 6yr. Not feeling well , not as active as normal , slight limp in one front leg , appox 2 days . Not extremely concered , but called a local vet , told symptoms on phone , and asked for price for visit , told $43.00 . My wife takes dog to appt. , talked to her later that day , she told me they billed her $243.00 . About a 20 min visit . YIKES ! Nothing broke , nothing fixed , X-ray , few pills for pain , and a date for a follow up visit ( Yeah , Right ) If it don’t have a price on it , better ask .

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