Routine spays and neuters, declaw and dental prophylaxis as well as more complex soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries are regularly performed in our surgery suite.
During each surgical procedure, our patients receive the safest anesthesia, intravenous fluids, as well as continuous blood oxygen, CO2, and heart monitoring. Pre-operative blood testing is done in-house prior to surgery in order to provide the doctor with the most accurate and up-to-date information about the pet's health status and ultimately to minimize surgical risk. Patients receive attentive post-operative nursing care by our trained veterinary technicians to ensure each pet wakes safely and comfortably. The pet is then moved to the glass enclosed ICU ward where they are constantly visible to doctors and technicians but able to rest and recuperate in a quiet environment. We use several types of medications, administered pre and post-surgically, to control each pet’s pain. Surgical incisions are treated with a Therapeutic Laser post-operatively to speed up the healing process.
Other surgical procedures regularly performed by our doctors include:
- Cruciate (ACL) Ligament Repair LSST method
- Cruciate Ligament Repair TPLO method done by a Board Qualified Veterinary Surgeon
- Patellar Luxation Repair
- Fracture Repair
- JPS done by a Board Qualified Veterinary Surgeon
- Cystotomy (Bladder Stone Removal)
- Gastric Bloat and Torsion (GDV) Repair
- Feline Thyroidectomy
- Thoracic Surgery
- Eye Surgeries such as Ectropion/Entropion Repair, Cherry Eye Tack Down, Enucleation
- General External Growth Removal
- Hernia Repair: Abdominal, Inguinal, Diaphragmatic
- Abdominal Exploratory/Tumor Removal (Splenectomy)