Locust Valley Veterinary Clinic offers endoscopy for dogs and cats. An endoscopy is a minimally-invasive procedure that helps our veterinarians visualize your pet's organs and internal systems, without the need for surgery.
Endoscopy is performed with a tool called an endoscope—a tube with a camera and light on the tip that can be guided throughout the body. The endoscope can be inserted into a small incision or naturally-existing orifice. Typically, dogs and cats do not experience pain or discomfort after the procedure, and your pet will spend a minimal amount of time under anesthesia.
If you have any questions regarding our endoscopy services, call us today to speak with one of our staff members.
Clients of Locust Valley Veterinary Clinic never pay an additional emergency fee when being seen at West Hills Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center for after hour emergencies.