Our veterinarians provide many surgical services at our clinic, ranging from routine to advanced procedures. Because we want to ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcome, we occasionally refer them to specialists (board-certified veterinary surgeons) to perform complex operations when advanced equipment or training will be beneficial.
Our veterinary team will take precautions to ensure that your pet receives a safe anesthetic. We perform a physical exam and preanesthetic testing before surgery, monitor your pet during surgery, and provide pain medication during recovery.
A lumpectomy is a surgical procedure that removes an abnormal growth on or below the skin’s surface but can also be attached to an organ wall. A physical exam with…
Dental disease has become one of the number one health problems for both our canine and feline patients.. Just like humans, there can be serious consequences to poor dental health...Read More
Removal of an item/object that’s been ingested and then becomes lodged to cause partial or complete intestinal obstruction is probably the most common indication for intestinal surgery. There are many…
Bladder stones are solid mineral deposits that form inside the bladder of dogs and cats. The crystals form from multiple factors including a change in urine pH (pH = acidity…
What is Pyometra? Pyometra is a secondary infection that happens as a result of hormonal changes in the female dog/cat’s reproductive tract. Following estrus (heat), the progesterone hormone remains elevated…
There are many benefits to spaying/neutering your pet rabbit. One of those benefits include a longer life span! Spaying your female rabbit is best between 4-6 months old and neutering...Read More
An important decision in your puppy's life is whether to spay or neuter your new friends. Spaying and Neutering are usually recommended at approximately 6 to 12 months before the...Read More