Surgery

Since no two pets are exactly alike, we treat each pet as an individual, and our goal is to assure that every precaution has been taken to provide a high quality level of care. To provide the best possible care, patients requiring anesthetic services are required to have an examination, blood work, and in some cases and electrocardiogram prior to surgery to evaluate the total health status of the pet.

We provide a full complement of surgical procedures including neuters, declaws, and mass removals. We are also able to provide a majority of emergency and non-elective surgical procedures such as C-sections, intestinal foreign body removals, and urinary bladder stone removals.  Attentive technician-to-patient care and monitoring is given to each surgery patient from the pre-surgical exam all the way through recovery and owners will be contacted as soon as the pet awakes from surgery with a report and discharge time.

We hope that your pets never need a surgery past their spay/neuter, but rest assured that if they do, we are here to help.