Our veterinarians all enjoy surgery and we are able to offer a wide range of procedures. We can typically do surgeries same day although if the surgery is not a true emergency and the pet comes in the second half of the day we may recommend coming back the next morning. We have a surgery suite complete with the ability to monitor oxygenation, blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, and carbon dioxide levels. All pets being anesthetized have an IV catheter placed, receive IV fluids during the procedure, and are maintained on inhaled anesthetic via an endotracheal tube. The following are some of the surgeries we offer:

  • Foreign body surgery (gastrotomy or enterotomy)
  • Cystotomy (bladder stone removal)
  • GDV (bloat)
  • Splenectomy (spleen removal)
  • C-section
  • Pyometra (infected uterus)
  • Amputation (entire limb, tail, toes, etc.)
  • Enucleation (eye removal)
  • Mass removal
  • FHO (removal of the femoral head and neck) - these are done on a case by case basis

We do not offer advanced orthopedic surgeries - fracture repair, TPLOs, and patella surgery.

If your pet needs a surgery that is not on this list, please give us a call to discuss your needs. We are willing to consider advanced procedures if referral for specialty care is not feasible for your family.

How Should I Care for My Pet After Surgery?

After your pet has surgery, it’s important to leave the incision alone. Pets should wear a cone for at least 2 weeks after the procedure. Before you leave the office, we will provide all necessary recommendations regarding your pet’s activity, eating, and rest.

If you have any concerns about the healing process, the sooner we can intervene the better the outcome. Please call us as soon as possible so we can make the best recommendation for your pet.

No appointment necessary. Visit us anytime or contact us for more information.

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