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Your Pet Surgery Partner for Every Procedure

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Pet surgery is a big deal. As a pet parent, you need to know that your cat or dog is in good hands from the moment we admit them to their eventual release. Our trained team is made up of those good hands. We provide the best soft tissue and orthopedic pet surgery and maximize each procedure for success.

Schedule an appointment to discuss your pet’s surgical needs.

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Surgeries We Perform

Our veterinarians perform a range of soft tissue procedures and any orthopedics are performed by a traveling veterinarian with advanced surgical training who works exclusively with our hospital. Procedures include:

Soft Tissue

  • Spay/neuter
  • Tumor or mass removal
  • Foreign body removal
  • Splenectomies
  • C-sections
  • Other abdominal surgeries
  • And more

Orthopedic

  • TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) for cranial cruciate ligament repair
  • Fracture repair
  • Patella luxation correction
  • And more

Safety at Every Step

Your pet is a member of the family, and we treat them as such. We start our safety measures before surgery with pre-anesthetic blood work and an exam to determine their health and establish an appropriate anesthetic protocol. Once we clear them for surgery, your pet receives:

  • An IV catheter providing fluids that keep them hydrated and regulate their blood pressure
  • Pain medication during and after surgery to minimize their discomfort
  • A specific technician to watch over them from induction to recovery
  • Extensive monitoring with advanced equipment that measures their vitals

Endoscopy: An Alternative to Surgery

A recent addition to our hospital is our endoscope, a small rigid or flexible tube (we have both) with a tiny camera on the end and a mechanical “hand” that can grab foreign objects or take biopsy samples. An endoscope can be inserted into a body cavity such as the nose, mouth, or rectum or through small incisions. Endoscopy is a preferable alternative to surgery in some cases because it is minimally invasive and provides pets a less painful experience. However, we can only use it successfully for certain conditions. These include:

  • Foreign body removal
  • Exploratory procedures

Please call us at (707) 462-8833 to schedule a consultation or ask us questions about our pet surgery services!

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