ScanX for Dog Breeders with Abdominal Convex Probe for Large Breeds

Very small, lightweight, and portable veterinary ultrasound system using a Microsoft Surface GO 2 tablet (8GB). Ideal for small animals and perfect for reproductive exams of dogs and cats. Surface Go 2 is perfectly portable, with a 10.5” touchscreen, excellent resolution, and an exceptionally long battery life.

$3,875.00 USD


Using the same platform as the ScanPad+ our most popular ultrasound system with dog and cat breeders, the VIS ScanX offers touchscreen features and easy, intuitive software. ScanX is the perfect solution for beginners and those wanting to learn and adopt ultrasound.

The ScanX Ultrasound system includes a 10” Microsoft GO tablet, ScanPad+ software package and one ultrasound probe. Your Scan X also includes automatic cloud backup of your scanned images and videos allowing you to virtually access your saved images and videos anywhere.

Using a 10” Microsoft GO tablet and the ScanPad software, the ScanX includes a complete obstetrics and gynecology package for dogs, cats, and more. Using touchscreen features and easy, intuitive software, the ScanX offers beautiful, high-resolution images and an easy to learn and use platform. A reliable, safe, and high-quality ultrasound with North American service and support.

Perfectly portable and at just 1.2 lbs, 10.5” the Microsoft Surface Go 2 is extremely portable and light and includes built-in Wifi and Dolby® Audio™ that’s perfect for listening to music, podcasts and audiobooks, and streaming your favorite shows.

Your ScanX Ultrasound includes one probe and a Microsoft Surface GO 2 10.5” tablet.

Standard Microsoft Manufacturer Warranty on Surface Go 2 tablet/1-Year Manufacturer Warranty on Probe.

Probe Recommendations

Micro Convex Probe

With a smaller footprint and higher frequency, this probe is ideal for cat breeders and dog breeders scanning small to medium sized dogs including taller dogs, such as Standard Poodles, etc. The micro-convex probe is best for small and medium sized breeds that are leaner than the giant breeds, such as Saint Bernards, Newfoundlands, etc.

Convex Probe

This probe has a larger footprint than the micro-convex, and a lower frequency, giving it better penetration in larger breeds. This probe is the first choice for breeders of giant breed dogs that are larger than average and have a lot of mass.

Weight 1.65 g
Dimensions 11.5 × 8.5 × 5.5 cm

Cats, Dogs, Goats, Sheep, Small Animals


Abdominal, All Small Animals, Cardiology, Pregnancy, Urology

Probe Type


External Ports

2 x USB

Number of Probe Ports


View Options


Monitor Size


Screen Type

LED anti-flicker HD screen

Operating Frequency

5-8.5MHz (micro convex); 2.5-5MHz (convex)

Battery Operating Time

About 10 hours

Training Program


Imaging Modes

4B Mode, B Mode, B+B Mode, B+M Mode

Examination Types

Distance, Angle, Area, Trace length and area, Length ratio, Area ratio

Warranty: 24 monthsFor probes, 12 months

  • Bright, 10-inch-high resolution touchscreen monitor
  • Intuitive and user-friendly design and software package
  • Touchscreen technology.
  • B, M, 2B, B/M, and 4B scan modes.
  • Includes comprehensive multi-species presets for several animals and exam types including Gynecology and Obstetrics Settings in the Software.
  • Ports are available to connect to larger screens, printers, upload scans, and videos to your computer via USB port.
  • Automatic cloud backup of your scanned images and videos allowing you to virtually access your saved images and videos anywhere.
  • All Microsoft Surface GO 2 accessories are compatible, such as a complete keyboard to turn your Surface GO into a laptop.

Learn from an expert

Interested in learning how to perform pregnancy ultrasound in dogs? Start practicing right now (even if your dog isn’t pregnant)? Get the Ultrasound for Canine Pregnancy Scanning book.

  • Tips and tricks for improving your image quality, whatever your experience level
  • The top 3 big mistakes beginners make, and how you can avoid them
  • How to calculate gestational age and due dates accurately
  • How to spot pyometra and refer for life-saving veterinary care
  • Insider knowledge of what ultrasound equipment to buy, and what to avoid
  • All the controls you never touch – what they are, and how to use them
  • The ultrasound physics will improve your understanding

Take it from us: this book will teach you everything you need to know about using ultrasound—to its full potential—for confirming pregnancies.