When you bring your pet in for an endoscopy, our veterinarians use a device that is specially designed to view the inside of your pet’s digestive, urinary, and respiratory system. During this process, a fibre-optic light and a micro camera encased in a thin, flexible tube will travel down your animal’s cavities to transmit a clear, high-definition, colour image onto a monitor.
The tube contains a tiny canal that is just big enough to insert a pair of very small tweezers. This tool makes it possible to namely remove foreign objects your pet may have swallowed by mistake or even carry out a biopsy of your pet’s internal organs in order to make a diagnostic. Since this is a delicate operation, your pet will be systematically put under general anesthesia.
In other words, endoscopy is a very useful, state-of-the-art, minimally invasive procedure that can help to diagnose or cure your pet, and it’s available at Hôpital Vétérinaire Victoria.
Among other things, endoscopy allows us to examine your pet’s:
Additional advantages of pet endoscopies:
Whether you are dealing with an emergency or any other issue that requires veterinary assistance,Hôpital Vétérinaire Victoria can help. We service many regions in Montreal and the South Shore, including Longueuil, Brossard, Saint-Lambert, Saint-Hubert, and Greenfield Park.