Veterinary surgery doesn’t have to be frightening or traumatic to pets and their owners. It is our job to assure you that your pet is in good hands. We will do everything that we can to take good care of your pet while he or she is staying with us. We provide surgical services with personal support to owners and state-of-the-art technology for the safety and comfort of your pets.
Our veterinarians are experienced and trained in a wide variety of canine and feline procedures, from routine spay and neuter to advanced surgeries. Our staff is dedicated to the comfort of each owner during his or her pet’s surgery, providing information about the procedure and proper care afterward. It is also our job to keep in touch with you. There are things that you need to know before, during, and after your pet’s surgery. We will do our best to communicate with you the whole time.
We want to do anything that we can to do to eliminate the stress and worry of the whole surgical process. Please feel free to contact us today with any questions or concerns that you may have. One of our knowledgeable staff would love to help you!
Dental—Teeth cleaning, sealants, and extractions are done under anesthesia for safety and comfort.
Soft tissue surgery—Procedures that do not include bones and joints, such as spaying, neutering, and growth removals. Other soft tissue surgery includes abdominal surgery, bladder/urethral surgery, skin/wound reconstruction and eye/facial surgery.
Spay (ovariohysterectomy)—Removing the ovaries and uterus to prevent female heat cycles and reproduction. This major surgical procedure involves general anesthesia and proper pain management. We recommend spaying all female puppies and kittens between four and six months of age.
Neuter—Removing testicles to prevent reproduction. Neutering requires general anesthesia but is not as invasive as spaying. We recommend neutering all male pets by six months of age to prevent wandering and aggression, as well as reduce territorial behaviors.
Growth removals—For medical or cosmetic reasons.
Orthopedic Surgery–We refer all our orthopedic surgeries to board certified orthopedic specialist for the best outcome for our patients. This type of surgery requires special tools and training and is often best left to the experts.