Pet surgeries

Our veterinarians adhere to the highest level of care standards for all surgical procedures. Our highly skilled doctors place the utmost emphasis on pain management to ensure your pet is safe and comfortable throughout the treatment process. Using advanced technology, your pet's vital signs are monitored by our well trained veterinary technicians, who will remain with your pet through recovery.

Our clinic has a state-of-the art surgical suite where our veterinarians perform all common procedures, including:

Surgery Services

  • Hospitalization Capabilities
  • Spay and Neuter
  • Declawing
  • iv. External tumor and lump removal
  • v. Cranial cruciate ligament repair via modified retinacular imbrication technique (MRIT)
  • vi. Patellar luxation correction
  • vii. Limited bone fracture repair
  • viii. Laceration, wound, and abscess repair
  • ix. Minor eye surgeries and enucleations
  • x. Dental cleanings with advanced interventions including tooth extractions, root canals, and correction of bite abnormalities
  • xi. Correction of elongated soft palate and stenotic nares
  • xii. Abdominal surgery including stomach and intestinal procedures, gastropexy, mass removal, hernia repair, bladder stone removal, and splenectomy
  • xiii. Please contact us to discuss availability of other surgical procedures

After performing a complete examination and reviewing your pet's medical state, we will discuss treatment options that may include surgery and put together a plan that suits the needs of both you and your pet.

If surgery is recommended, you can feel comfortable knowing that our doctors will provide appropriate pain relief so that pain is identified and treated if present. Visual assessment and recording of vital signs is done by one of our trained veterinary surgical technicians. A technician is present during the entire surgery and recovery process to maintain the safety and comfort of your pet. We believe that keeping our patients safe and comfortable before, during and after surgery is of the greatest importance and an essential component of your pet's care.