Our doctors are experienced in a range of surgical procedures that your pet may need throughout his or her lifetime–from routine spay and neuter operations to more advanced intra-abdominal and cancer surgeries.
Spay and Neuter
By having your pet spayed or neutered, you can avoid everything from cancer to aggressive and roving behavior. Male pets can acquire testicular cancer, while female pets might suffer uterine infections and breast cancers.
Soft Tissue Surgery
Abdominal procedures, excision of growths and lumps, laceration repair, abscess treatment, wound healing, and skin biopsies are a few examples of soft tissue surgery.
Foreign Body Removal
Removal of Foreign Bodies – A lot of pets eat toys, bones, rocks, and other household things, which can clog the intestines. Before the foreign body is surgically removed, X-rays, ultrasounds, and barium investigations can help confirm its position.
During a cystotomy operation, stones in the urinary bladder are removed.