Whether your pet undergoes an elective procedure, or experiences an emergency, we recognize that surgery is never considered “routine.” We take your pet’s health and safety seriously, and strive to maintain the highest level of surgical skills and knowledge to benefit your pet. Our operating room is equipped with cutting-edge technology and monitoring equipment to bring you the latest advances in surgical techniques, and to keep your pet safe under anesthesia.
Our veterinarians are trained to perform a variety of surgical procedures, from elective sterilizations to emergencies.
Soft Tissue Surgery
Most surgeries we perform are considered soft tissue surgeries, encompassing procedures that involve the internal organs, skin, muscles, eyes, or ears. Soft tissue surgeries we perform include:
Spay and neuter
Gastropexy (i.e., stomach tacking to prevent gastric dilation volvulus)
Foreign body removal
Organ biopsies or removal
A surgical laser uses a high-energy light beam to cut tissues, rather than a traditional scalpel blade. Because the laser can be precisely calibrated to cut through different tissue types, trauma to surrounding healthy tissue is greatly reduced. The laser also reduces bleeding by sealing blood vessels as it cuts, which increases visibility for the surgeon, and reduces blood loss risks for your pet. We are proud to offer our patients this technology, which reduces postoperative pain, swelling, and recovery time.
Orthopedic surgery is highly specialized, and requires advanced training and knowledge. Our veterinarians offer advanced in-house orthopedic surgeries to treat common injuries, such as cranial cruciate ligament tears and luxating patellas. Our veterinarians are also knowledgeable in the use of complementary and alternative therapies, such as cold laser, chiropractic care, and acupuncture, that can help your pet get back on their feet after surgery.