These days we know from human experience that biopsy samples of the stomach and bowel can be collected by the use of an endoscope. In veterinary medicine this equipment is especially helpful because we can remove pieces of bone which are wedged in the oesophagus, collect samples of fluid from deep in the lungs, and even look up into the nostrils from the back of the throat to find pieces of grass that often become wedged there. We have invested in the most up-to-date suite of endoscopy instruments including a particularly small-diameter endoscope ensuring that any of our patients can benefit from this equipment if a need arises.