Choosing Who Performs Veterinary Surgery on Your Pet
Choosing who performs surgery on your pet can be a significant decision, leaving many pet owners feeling puzzled.
The question often arises: Stick with your regular veterinarian or opt for a specialized surgeon?
Here’s the catch – both options come with their own merits.
Your trusted general veterinarian has extensive experience, having conducted numerous pet surgeries. They’ve honed their skills through years of practice, knowing various techniques like the back of their hand.
On the flip side, a specialized surgeon brings academic knowledge, rigorous training, and a different set of experiences. Their expertise lies in a distinct environment, focusing on extensive testing, prognosis, risk assessments, and other technical aspects that might or might not directly impact the procedure.
Each practitioner has their unique surgical approach, leaving the choice in your hands.
However, here’s the thing… if you’re seeking fast, efficient, pain-free surgery for your pet, all at an affordable cost, that’s precisely what we offer.
Here’s the Surgery We Offer
- Heated surgery tables
- Advanced sterilization techniques
- ECG and oxygen saturation monitors
- Intra-operative fluid delivery
Finally, let’s talk about pain management—a crucial aspect of our surgical care. The amount of pain relief your pet receives can significantly impact their recovery after a procedure.
The pain management plan we suggest is personalized based on your pet’s specific condition and the type of surgery they undergo.
It’s important to know that we don’t choose pain medication randomly.
Why? Because managing pain isn’t about guesswork. We take a thoughtful approach, assessing your pet’s needs precisely to ensure they receive the most effective and tailored pain relief.
Here are some of the medicines and therapies we utilize to manage pain for your pet:
Your pet’s safety, comfort, and efficient recovery are our top priorities in every surgical procedure we perform.
When your pet undergoes surgery with us, our commitment is to provide the safest, most effective, and pain-free experience possible.
For certain complex cases like disc ruptures and complicated fractures, we may occasionally collaborate with surgical specialists to guarantee the best care for your pet.
However, the majority of surgeries are conducted right here in our clinic.
After your pet undergoes surgery, if they require post-operative care or physical therapy, we’re here to guide you every step of the way.
Our commitment doesn’t end when the surgery does! We’ll thoroughly explain post-op care and provide comprehensive support to assist your pet through its recovery journey.
Your pet’s well-being is our priority, and we’re dedicated to ensuring they receive the care and attention needed to achieve a smooth and comfortable recovery process.
Here are some of the routine surgeries we perform in-house:
- Cranial Cruciate Tears
- Patella Luxation
- Fracture Repair
- Routine Spay/Neuter
- Abdominal Exploration
- Tumor Removal
- Ovary Sparing Spay
- Tibial Tuberosity Advancement