Stomach Ulcers in Dogs
Stomach ulcers in dogs describe inflammatory lesions that extend into the deeper layers of the gastrointestinal tract, going beyond the lining. Stomach ulcers cause pain and can affect appetite and comfort.
Treatments include changes in diet, medications and in severe cases, hospitalization for intravenous fluid therapy and possibly blood transfusions.
Cost to Treat: $1,000 to $7,000
Veterinary treatment for stomach ulcers, particularly performed by a specialist, can cost hundreds and even thousands of dollars. Pet insurance helps pay veterinary bills so you can provide the best care possible for your puppy or dog without worrying about money.