Before any surgerical procedure(s) we highly recommend running bloodwork and an ECG to check your pet's heart. The reason for this is to make sure that there are no underlying problems that could be dangerous to your pet if put under anesthesia. We do have some requirements for any dog or cat that will be undergoing a surgical procedure. They must be up-to-date on their Rabies, Distemper/Parvo/Lepto, and Bordetella (Kennel Cough) vaccines. Most of our surgery procedures are done with a laser. During surgery your pet will have an IV catheter and receive fluids throughout the procedure.
After surgery there will be certain things to watch for, restrictions your pet should have, and other post-surgery care. We will let you know when you pick up your pet about the special care instructions that your pet may require. If you happen to forget the post-surgical care instructions when you get home, please refer to our post-surgery care link. This link will provide information about after surgery care for most routine procedures. If your pet has had a cruciate surgery or thyroidectomy surgery, please refer to this link for more information.
-Mass Removal & Biopsies
-Nares & Soft Palates
-Cherry Eye Repair
-Puppy Tail Docks & Dewclaw Removal
-Some Orthopedic Surgeries
-Ear Hematoma Repair
-Laceration Repair/Wound Treatment
-Lateral Ear Resection