Safe, Advanced Surgery for Our Patients
Whether your pet is experiencing an emergency, illness, or needs a simple spay or neuter surgery, our advanced surgical team and capabilities are here for you. From soft-tissue surgeries to orthopedics, we do our very best to make surgery safe, painless, and as stress-free as possible for pets and their loving owners-we are dedicated to giving every patient the individual attention they deserve with both monitoring and treatment specialized to their circumstances.
Depending on the nature of your pet’s exam with us, they might need one of the following procedures that our highly-skilled veterinary team can perform for your pet:
- Spay or neuter
- Dental cleanings minor oral surgery
- Foreign body removal
- Mass or tumor removal
- Orthopedic surgery
- Soft-tissue surgery
- Exploratory surgery
- Cherry eye repair (prolapsed nictitating membrane, prolapsed third eyelid, or third eyelid gland prolapse repair)
- Aural hematoma
- Pyometra (infection of the uterus)
- Splenectomy (spleen removal)
- Cystotomy (bladder stone removal or bladder repair)
- Enterotomy (intestinal repair)
- Tumor removal
- Digit amputation
- Limb amputation
- Dental extractions
- Liver lobectomy
- Elongated soft palate surgery
- Brachiocephalic syndrome repair
- Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal)
- Liver lobectomy (liver lobe removal)
- Fracture repair
- Medial patellar luxation (MPL) surgery
- Canine Cruciate Ligament (CCL) surgery
- Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO) surgery
Have a pet with upcoming surgery needs? We are here to help!
You Can Trust Our Pet Surgery Capabilities
You want the best care for your pets, especially where surgery is concerned. These are just some of the things we do to keep your pet safe during their surgery and help them recover faster:
- We recommend pre-surgical laboratory testing to evaluate your pet’s health so that we can detect any underlying conditions and increase their safety while under anesthesia.
- We only use the most up-to-date and reliable monitoring and surgical equipment. This allows us to observe your pet’s vital signs, both visually and electronically, to adjust immediately should we need to.
- Patients are kept warm during surgery to prevent the potential for hypothermia.
- We implement pain control before, during, and after your pet’s surgery for their comfort. We also recommend a home pain management protocol to help your pet recover comfortably at home.
- Cold laser therapy is also available as a safe, non-invasive treatment for pain relief and to speed the healing of affected tissues.