An endoscope is a flexible tube with a viewing port and a video camera attached that is inserted either into stomach through the mouth or the colon via rectum. The endoscope permits inspection of the inside of these hollow organs. The endoscope allows full color viewing of the oesophagus, stomach and the part of the small intestine or colon since the organs are viewed in real time, the result of what is seen is known immediately however the final diagnosis usually depends on the results of the pathologist’s study of the biopsies, this may take up to a week, depending on the individual circumstances. it is impossible to pass an endoscope in awake animal so general anesthesia is always necessary, most dogs and cats require short acting general anesthesia and patient is allowed to go home shortly after completion of the procedure. More and more veterinarians are moving toward minimally invasive veterinary surgical procedure. The benefits of a minimally invasive approach to veterinary surgery include shorter anesthesia time, smaller incision, less blood, and safer surgery overall. We offer Minimally invasive surgeries such as foreign body removal from Digestive tract using Endoscope, Biopsy of Digestive tract, Urinary stone removal, Ear poly removal,

We also offer high resolution video study of Upper GI (Gastroduodenoscopy), Lower GI (Colonoscopy)

Nose (Rhinoscopy) Urinary bladder (Cystoscopy) 

Cats and Dogs

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Office Hours
8am - 8pm
9am - 5pm
9am - 5pm

Our Clinic is located at the corner of South East Marine drive and Fraser Street. We have plenty of underground free parking spaces for 2 hrs. which have entrance located at Fraser Street. Free parking is also available at Chester Street

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