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What are X rays used for?

They penetrate so deeply that no internal structure is out of reach. They are particularly effective at identifying intestinal blockages and are used frequently when dogs are suspected of swallowing a foreign object.


The X-Ray Process

Your dog may need to be re-positioned to allow all the necessary angles to be covered. The process itself usually takes around 10 minutes. Once the x-rays have been taken, the film will be then processed in less than half an hour, and the images passed on to your vet. Digital x-rays are generally ready for viewing instantly.



The cost of X-rays vary hugely depending on the individual case, the number of shots that need to be taken, the veterinary hospital, and whether anesthesia is required. It is also worth noting that if you have an x-ray at an emergency veterinary hospital you may be charged up to double the price.

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