- Elective surgeries, such as spaying, neutering, declawing, and tail docking.
- Selected orthopedic surgeries, such as FHO, fracture repair, and amputation. Most orthopedic surgeries are referred to a specialist.
- C-sections, both emergency and planned.
- Urinary tract surgeries, such as kidney biopsy and bladder stone removal.
- Laceration repairs and trauma such as fight wounds or ruptured internal organs.
- Tumor removals from skin, muscle, fat or internal organs.
- Open abdominal surgeries, such as gastropexy, foreign body removal, intestinal biopsies, splenectomy, resection and anastomosis of small intestine, and bloat.
- Biopsies of skin and internal organs.
Most of our elective surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis. This means, in most cases, your pet will be able to go home on the day of surgery. Prior to any general anesthesia, pets should not be fed after midnight the night before. They can, however, have water up until the time you bring them in to drop off.