Vet Image Solutions, passionate about ultrasound. 

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ABOUT US

We specialise in veterinary imaging for both large and small animal work.

We are continually carrying out testing and research on all of the devices that we stock, to ensure that we are only offering the very best solutions to our customers.

If you have any enquiries then please contact us on 0208-432-9802.

PARTNERSHIP

Working in close partnership with a number of internationally renowned veterinarians, universities and equipment manufacturers, we are the only UK and Irish suppliers of veterinary ultrasound equipment to be actively involved in academic and engineering research in our fields.

This puts us in a unique position to serve your business and keep your practice at the cutting edge of new developments in ultrasound diagnosis.

 DISTRIBUTION

We are UK distributors and authorised service centres for SIUI, SonoScape and  KX veterinary ranges of ultrasound scanners. 

We are also are the Uk leader in supply of breeder ultrasound equipment.

Featured Veterinary Ultrasound Scanners

VIS 1000
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Siui Apogee 2300 for abdominal
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BREEDERTEC COW
£3,600.00
SONOSCAPE S8VEXP
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Featured Breeder Ultrasound Scanners

VIS ScanPad +
£3,050.00
VIS TEC K9
£2,600.00
VIS 1000
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