To ensure the health and longevity of your pet, we offer the following surgical procedures using advanced surgical techniques and technology. This is just a partial listing of some of the surgeries we perform. If your pet is in need of something you don’t see here, please call and ask if we can help:

  • Neuter
  • Ovariohysterectomy (spay)
  • Dental Cleaning
  • Feline De-Claw
  • Dewclaw Removal
  • Limb Amputation
  • Tail Dock
  • Cherry Eye Repair
  • Lump Removal
  • Aural Hematoma Repair (draining blood filled sack on ear)
  • Laceration Repair
  • Anal Sacculectomy (anal gland removal)
  • Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair (ligament tear repair)
  • Salivary Glad Removal (for Salivary Mucocele)
  • Luxated Patella Repair (slipped knee caps)
  • Stenotic Nares Repair (widening the nostrils)
  • Umbilical & Inguinal Hernia Repair
  • Cystotomy (bladder stone removal)
  • Intestinal Anastomosis (partial removal of the intestines)
  • Enucleation (eye removal)
  • Entropion (eyelid repair)
  • Gastrotomy (removal of foreign body in the stomach)
  • Biopsy
  • Enterotomy (removal of foreign body in the intestines)

Whether human or animal, surgery can be a stressful time. However, you can rest assured and place your trust in our hands when planning your pet’s surgery as your pet’s safety and comfort are our primary concerns.

Pre-Surgery Checklist

  • All surgical pets must not eat the night before the procedure after 8:00pm but water is fine.
  • You will meet with both the veterinarian as well as the veterinary assistant the morning of the surgery so plan on staying with your pet for about 20 minutes.  The veterinary assistant will discuss with you the various surgical options available to minimize risks associated with an anesthetic procedure and a treatment plan outlining costs and services will be presented and reviewed.
  • Surgical pets must be scheduled before 8:30am the morning of the procedure. Owners who cannot be present for a morning check-in can make arrangements for the surgical appointment the night before.
  • All surgical pets must not eat the night before the procedure after 8:00pm but water is fine.
  • You will meet with both the veterinarian as well as the veterinary assistant the morning of the surgery so plan on staying with your pet for about 20 minutes. The veterinary assistant will discuss with you the various surgical options available to minimize risks associated with an anesthetic procedure and a treatment plan outlining costs and services will be presented and reviewed.
  • Surgical pets must be scheduled before 8:30am the morning of the procedure. Owners who cannot be present for a morning check-in can make arrangements for the surgical appointment the night before.

Safety during Surgery and Comfort during Recovery

The safety of your pet during surgery is our highest concern. Our pet care technicians oversee the welfare of your pet’s care before, during, and after surgery. While your pet is under an anesthetic we monitor its heart, respiration, and oxygen levels while your pet is lies on a warm water blanket for added comfort. Because we know your pet’s comfort and safety are important to you as well as us, we offer additional surgical options that provide an additional level of safety to any procedure:

  • Pre-anesthetic bloodwork
  • IV fluid therapy
  • Subcutaneous fluid therapy
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Pain management

Certain procedures require that your pet remain with us overnight so they can recover from surgery in a quiet and comfortable area. Our pet care technicians evaluate your pet before being released to you, take the pet’s temperature, and check the condition of your pet’s incision.