The Number 1 Choice of Dog Breeders
- Quality images at an affordable price
- Capable of pregnancy confirmation and SO MUCH MORE
- From one of the industry’s most established manufacturers
- Convex probe INCLUDED
- Microconvex probe option available for small-medium breeds
There’s a reason why the Elite is so popular- you won’t find another machine at this price with this level of image quality or possibility of application. It’s that simple.
Why Pay More?
Are there cheaper options out there? Sure… But can they boast the same image clarity? NO. Do they come with the probe included in the price? NO. Do they have additional probe options to suit your needs? NO. Do they come with a 2 year warranty in addition to FREE LIFETIME SUPPORT from masters qualified sonographers? NO!
Yes, you read that right; when you buy an Elite 5600 or any other ultrasound machine from ScanX, you will receive troubleshooting support 7 days a week from sonographers that actually use the equipment we sell. What’s more, our professional staff have over 25 combined years in the ultrasound industry, so you’re in the safest hands possible every step of the way.
Do I Need To Select A Different Probe?
A convex probe is included in the price of the machine and is a great choice to stick with if you’re on a budget or scanning giant dog breeds and larger species (such as most goat breeds and bigger). All you have to do is go straight to check out and you will receive your machine with the convex probe by default and you’re ready to go!
However, if you’re scanning medium to tiny breeds, then your best option is to select the Microconvex probe in the drop down menu. A Microconvex will elevate the clarity of your scan images to a whole new level and be much easier to use on most dog breeds and small species. So, if you can afford it, the upgrade is definitely worth the investment.
To summarise: for most goats and large dogs, we recommend sticking with the convex probe. For small-medium sized dogs and Nigerian Dwarf goats, we recommend the microconvex probe.
A 6.5MHz linear rectal probe is available for equine reproductive scanning.