For many dogs and cats, surgery is an inevitable part of being healthy. It might be a preventive routine surgery, such as a spay/neuter procedure, or a treatment surgery, such as a tumor removal. Our veterinary team has decades of combined experience with soft tissue and orthopedic pet surgeries. Just as with every other service we offer, we make the safety and comfort of our patients the primary priority with every surgery.

Treatment and Preventative Surgery

Regardless of what type of surgery your pet needs, we want you to have peace of mind about it. That’s why we take the time to discuss the surgery beforehand so you can have a clear understanding of how it will benefit your pet.

  • Spay & Neuter
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) repair
  • Luxating patella (kneecap) Repair & Knee Reconstruction
  • Fracture Repair
  • Amputations, Casting & Splinting
  • Tumor Removal
  • Abdominal or Thoracic Surgery
  • Hernia Repair
  • Ear, Eye, & Oral Surgeries
  • Feline Declaw

Spay & Neuter Surgery

Every loving pet owner wants to help their four-legged friends live long, healthy lives while helping other pets find loving homes. By spaying and neutering your pets, you do both.

Reasons to Consider Spay & Neuter Surgery

  • Improves your pet’s overall health and can lengthen their lifespan
  • Reduces pet overpopulation, which increases the likelihood for the adoption of pets already in shelters
  • Helps control unwanted behavior
  • Reduces the risk of some infections, tumors, and cancers

Spot the problem

Before surgery can happen, we begin with a full diagnostic exam. And we ask a lot of questions so that we can correctly answer yours.

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