Medical Procedures

Medical Procedures

Covering surgical and emergency care, our team ensures the highest standard, promoting swift recovery for your pet.

Surgery & Related Services
Emergency & Urgent Care

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About Medical Procedures

Medical Procedures at our vet hospital encompass a range of services to address various health needs in companion animals. The primary focus is on surgical procedures, including routine spay and neuter, dentistry, tumor removal, abdominal and soft tissue procedures, selected orthopedic surgeries, and biopsies. The category also covers emergency and urgent care, ensuring immediate attention to life-threatening situations. Our commitment is to provide the best care possible for pets, whether it's a planned surgery or an urgent medical situation.

Surgery & Related Services

Surgery and Related Services include a variety of surgical procedures catering to both elective and emergency needs. From routine spay and neuter to more specialized surgeries like dentistry, tumor removal, orthopedic procedures, and biopsies, our veterinary team ensures comprehensive care for companion animals.

What's Included?

  • Routine spay and neuter
  • Dentistry procedures
  • Tumor removal
  • Abdominal and soft tissue procedures
  • Selected orthopedic surgeries
  • Biopsies
  • Pre-surgical testing and baseline laboratory testing
  • Explanation of procedures and anesthesia process
  • Food and water intake restrictions before surgery
  • Post-surgery discharge instructions and aftercare guidance


Emergency & Urgent Care

Emergency & Urgent Care is designed to address critical situations where seconds count. The highly trained staff conducts immediate triage assessments to evaluate the stability of the pet and determine the need for emergency medical intervention. From CPR to initial stabilization, the focus is on providing urgent medical attention and assessing the severity of the situation through diagnostics.

What's Included?

  • Triage assessment for level of consciousness, airway/breathing, circulatory status, and pain score
  • Consent for CPR in life-threatening situations
  • IV catheter placement and administration of IV fluids
  • Oxygen supplementation and pain relief medications
  • Diagnostic plan, including imaging (radiographs, ultrasound) and laboratory evaluation
  • Discussion of transfer and referral options for advanced care
  • Regular updates to the primary veterinarian in case of transfer to emergency facility

Why is a physical examination appointment required before scheduling procedures?

A physical examination is essential to assess your pet's overall health and ensure they are fit for surgery. It helps identify any potential complications and allows the veterinary team to tailor care accordingly.

What pre-surgical testing is recommended, and why is it important?

Pre-surgical testing, including baseline laboratory testing, helps detect any underlying health issues that might affect the anesthesia or surgical process. It ensures a smoother anesthetic recovery.

What should I expect on the day of my pet's surgery?

The veterinary staff will guide you through the entire process, including intake, sedation, general anesthesia, the surgical procedure, and recovery. They will explain the steps and provide post-surgery instructions.

How is emergency triage conducted, and what is involved in urgent care?

Emergency triage involves assessing your pet's level of consciousness, airway/breathing, circulatory status, and pain score. Urgent care includes immediate interventions such as IV catheter placement, oxygen supplementation, and pain relief to stabilize your pet.

When is transfer and referral to a specialty center considered?

Transfer and referral are considered when advanced care is necessary beyond the capabilities of the current facility. The veterinary team will discuss options and keep the primary veterinarian informed of the pet's status.