There are many conditions in dogs and cats that require surgery for the best outcome. Just as with human surgery, we know that it can be a situation that makes you nervous. That’s why we put every effort into delivering the best healthcare possible to the pets in our care. All of us love animals, and we’re all committed to the well-being of your furry companion. We are highly trained for pet surgery, and our modern office is fully equipped with the best medical equipment for the best possible outcome.
Available Surgical Procedures
We are well-equipped to handle a wide range of surgeries. These are a few common procedures that we offer for pets:
- Dental surgeries
- Declawing for cats
- Gastrointestinal and other abdominal procedures
- Removal of masses such as tumors
- Urinary tract surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Cardiovascular procedures
- Reconstructive surgery
- Spaying and neutering
On-Site Surgical Suite
We have a new and thoroughly modern surgical suite that is ready for a wide range of pet surgeries. And because our surgical suite and our laboratory are both on-site, your pet can get the needed testing as well as surgeries done in the same office. Our lab and surgical suite include these high-tech tools:
- Sonoscape ultrasound
- Firefly video otoscope
- Litecure companion therapy laser
- Midmark digital dental radiology
- Abaxis blood chemistry machines
- Sound smart digital radiology
Surgery for Your Pet
It’s common for pets to need surgery of some kind during their lives, and we want to make sure each one performed by us is as comfortable as possible for your dog or cat. There will be testing done before the surgery to provide the best care as well as constant monitoring during the surgery itself.
On surgery day, your pet will have a full exam, including blood tests. Then, the anesthesia is administered, and the surgery is performed. Once it’s finished, you will be told about how the surgery went, and you will be given full care instructions for home recovery care, including any medications that need to be administered. Then, it’s time for your pet to rest and begin to heal.