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When your pet requires surgical care, our veterinary team will be here to help. From spay and neuter to mass removals, our professionals are skilled in providing a wide variety of common surgical procedures for pets including:
Spays and neuters
Before performing any surgical procedures, we will conduct a complete physical examination, perform diagnostic and blood testing to evaluate any health or anesthetic risks and answer any questions you may have.
To ensure your pet receives the safest and most comfortable surgical care possible, we have:
Pre-anesthetic blood work to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients
An in-house laboratory where we can quickly conduct diagnostic testing to help assist in pre-diagnosis and post-care evaluation (We utilize an outside reference lab as needed.)
Careful and close monitoring of your pet’s health both before and after surgery by our veterinarians and technicians
Pain management options during and after your companion’s surgical procedures
Does your pet require surgical care? Contact us (link to contact page) today for more information.
Our Surgical Protocols
We recommend that you spay or neuter your cat, dog, and rabbit once they are over 6 months of age. In addition to helping prevent further pet overpopulation, having your pet spayed or neutered offers the following benefits:
Improving your pet’s general health and wellness
Curbing disruptive behavior
Reducing pet care costs
Reducing the number of homeless pets that are euthanized