Spaying/Neutering — Spaying/castrating your pet is recommended at 6-months of age.
Routine soft tissue/orthopedic surgery — We routinely perform surgeries such as bladder stone retrieval (cystotomy), tumor removals (+/- biopsy to board-certified pathologists), anterior cruciate ligament repair, laceration repair, stomach/intestinal foreign body removal (gastrotomy), anal sac removal, repair of medial patellar luxations, tail amputation, dewclaw removal, and removal of the spleen (splenectomy) as required for our patients medical condition and/or at the owner’s request.
Feline Declaw (onchyectomy) — By utilizing a CO2 laser for feline declaws, we are able to greatly minimize soft tissue trauma, swelling, and hemorrhage for a faster, more pain-free recovery. Cats spend one night in the hospital and go home the following day without sutures or bandages.
Complete dental prophy/polishing/tooth extraction capability — With our dental unit, we are able to rapidly and efficiently clean your pets teeth to rid the mouth of harmful bacteria that can accumulate over time and lead to heart/kidney disease, low-level chronic infections and bad breath.
Anesthesia monitoring — Every animal that undergoes anesthesia is monitored extensively. We are able to evaluate respiratory rate, blood oxygenation, heart rate, body temperature, and blood pressure to ensure a safe anesthetic episode for your pet.
Gas anesthesia — Like human medicine, we use inhalation anesthesia for rapid induction and recovery during your pet’s surgery. Because of this, we are often able to send pets home undergoing routine procedures just hours after arrival.
Circulating warm water beds — For the added comfort and safety of your pet undergoing anesthesia, they are placed on warm water beds to maintain their body temperature within the normal range. With normal temperatures, animals maintain better blood flow and blood pressures and often recover from anesthesia much more rapidly.
Oxygen therapy kennel(s) — For the smallest of kittens to the large dog, we are able to give your pet pure oxygen therapy during critical periods such as stress, shock and/or respiratory difficulty.