How do I schedule a veterinary surgery appointment?
To schedule veterinary services for your pet, visit our contact us page, or call us today!
How is my pet’s pain managed after surgery?
Post-surgery, we will prescribe pain medications to control your pet’s pain.
What happens if my pet injures the surgery site?
If you suspect your pet has re-injured the surgical site, call us immediately for advice.
My pet won’t eat after surgery, is this normal?
Decreased appetite is common after surgery, but if your pet has not resumed eating within 12 – 24 hours of returning home, please call us immediately.
How long after surgery will my pet be able to go home?
The length of time after surgery before your pet can return home depends on the procedure.
How will you manage my pet’s pain during surgery?
We believe in minimizing your pet’s pain as much as possible during and after surgery. Proper pain management will make your pet more comfortable and speed healing.
What veterinary surgery services do you perform?
We perform several kinds of surgical procedures for dogs and cats, including spays, neuters, declaws, oral surgery, cancer surgery, and many other prodecures. Contact us for more information.
Is anesthesia safe for my pet?
Anesthesia is safe for most pets, but we will give your pet a check-up before surgery to help make anesthesia and surgery as safe as possible.
How should I prepare my pet for surgery?
It is important that veterinary surgery procedures are performed on an empty stomach to reduce the chances of your pet vomiting during or after anesthesia is administered. We will call you with specific pre-operation instructions the day before your pet’s surgery.