Diagnosing Internal Problems With Endoscopic Tools

Since this is an invasive veterinary procedure, pets will need to be anesthetized. Once safely under anesthesia, the tip of the endoscope is lightly lubricated and then inserted into the appropriate opening. Veterinary endoscopy enables a veterinarian to examine the inner linings of your pet’s nose, throat, lungs, stomach, intestine, or colon. In addition to viewing and photographing these tissues from the inside, our veterinarians can clip small biopsy samples from tissues for analysis in our in-house laboratory or retrieve foreign bodies your pet may have ingested.

Unlike exploratory surgery, your pet experiences no pain or recovery period following an endoscopic exam.

Veterinary Services

Below are all of the veterinary services we offer at Berkeley Animal Hospital. If you have any questions regarding our services, please feel free to call us.