As a pet owner, you may encounter situations where your pet requires surgery to address an injury, illness, or other health condition. Veterinary surgeries are performed to improve your pet’s quality of life, alleviate pain, and increase the lifespan of your furry friend. Here are some common veterinary surgeries that we offer:
- Spaying or Neutering: These are the most common surgeries performed in veterinary medicine. Spaying involves removing the ovaries and uterus of female dogs and cats to prevent unwanted pregnancy, while neutering involves removing the testicles of male dogs and cats to prevent unwanted mating.
- Dental Surgery: This type of surgery is performed to address dental problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, or tooth abscess. Dental surgery may involve tooth extraction, root canal treatment, or gum surgery.
- Soft Tissue Surgery: Soft tissue surgeries are performed to address conditions that affect the organs, muscles, and tissues of your pet’s body. Examples of soft tissue surgeries include tumor removal, bladder surgery, or gastrointestinal surgery.
- Emergency Surgery: In case of an emergency, your pet may require immediate surgery to address life-threatening conditions such as bloat, intestinal obstruction, or traumatic injuries.
Before your pet undergoes surgery, your veterinarian will perform a pre-surgical examination and discuss the surgical procedure with you. The veterinarian will provide you with detailed instructions on how to prepare your pet for surgery, what to expect during the surgery, and how to care for your pet after the surgery.
Veterinary surgeries are performed to improve your pet’s quality of life and address various health conditions. By working closely with your veterinarian, you can ensure that your pet receives the best possible care and enjoys a happy and healthy life.