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We offer a wide range of surgical services ranging from spays and neuters to soft tissue and orthopedic procedures.  Your pet's safety and comfort is incredibly important to us.  Whether performing a routine procedure or an emergency procedure, you can have confidence that the entire staff will work hard to ensure that each procedure is thorough and done with as little stress as possible, for both you and your pet.  

We fully understand the decision to allow your pet to undergo surgery is not an easy one, so we are happy to answer any questions you have regarding your specific pet's procedure.  

Routine Surgeries 

  • Feline, canine, and rabbit castration

  • Feline & canine spay

  • Tumor removal

  • Hernia repair

  • Laceration and bite wound repair

  • Porcupine quill removal 

Advanced Surgeries 

  • Bladder surgery

  • Spleen removal

  • Stomach bloat or GDV surgery

  • Foreign body removal (stomach or intestine)

  • Pyometra (infected uterus)

  • C-sections

  • Tumor removal and biopsies

  • Feeding tube placement

  • Eye surgery

  • Additional soft tissue surgeries

Orthopedic Procedures

  • Fracture repair

  • FHO

  • ACL(anterior cruciate) repair

  • Luxating patella

  • Amputation

Surgery Prep & Surgery Day 

If your pet is going to be under general anesthesia, we require no food to be given after 9 P.M. the night before.  They can have water up until they are dropped off at the clinic.  Drop-off your pet between 7:45 A.M. and 8:30 A.M. the day of surgery.  You will be asked about your pet's health history, vaccination status, and pre-anesthetic blood work is optional for animals under 8 years old (required for animals over 8 years old).  We encourage owners to call and check on their pet during the day of surgery and we will inform you about their recovery and expected time to go home. 

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