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Surgeries

At CardioVet Veterinary Clinic, we offer a wide range of surgical services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our feline and canine patients. From routine spaying and neutering to more specialized surgeries, our skilled team of veterinarians is dedicated to providing compassionate and comprehensive care for your beloved pets. Our surgical offerings include soft tissue surgeries such as tumor removals, gastrointestinal surgeries, urogenital procedures, cesarean sections, and reconstructive surgeries. Whether your pet requires a routine procedure or a more complex surgical intervention, you can trust in our expertise and commitment to ensuring the safety, comfort, and well-being of your furry family member throughout the surgical process. Rest assured that we prioritize pain management, anesthesia safety, and post-operative care to optimize the recovery and long-term health of your pet. Schedule a consultation with our veterinary team today to discuss your pet's surgical needs and how we can support their health and happiness.

Surgeries at CardioVet Veterinary Clinic

FAQs

What types of surgeries do you perform on cats and dogs?

  • We perform a wide range of surgeries, including spaying and neutering, tumor removals, gastrointestinal surgeries, urogenital procedures, cesarean sections, dental surgeries, and reconstructive surgeries, among others.

How do I know if my pet needs surgery?

  • The need for surgery depends on various factors, including your pet's medical condition, symptoms, and the recommendation of your veterinarian. Common indications for surgery may include injuries, infections, tumors, reproductive issues, dental problems, and congenital abnormalities.

Is surgery safe for my pet?

  • Yes, surgery can be safe for pets when performed by experienced veterinarians and with appropriate pre-operative evaluation, anesthesia protocols, monitoring during surgery, and post-operative care. Our team prioritizes safety and takes every precaution to minimize risks associated with surgery.

What should I expect before my pet undergoes surgery?

  • Before surgery, your veterinarian will conduct a thorough physical examination and may recommend pre-operative blood tests, imaging studies, or other diagnostic procedures to assess your pet's health status and ensure they are a good candidate for surgery. You will also receive instructions on fasting, medication administration, and post-operative care.

How long does it take for pets to recover from surgery?

  • Recovery time can vary depending on the type of surgery and your pet's individual condition. In general, most pets require several days to weeks for initial healing, with full recovery taking several weeks to months. Your veterinarian will provide specific post-operative care instructions to help facilitate a smooth recovery process.

Will my pet be in pain after surgery?

  • Pain management is an essential aspect of our surgical protocols. We utilize a combination of medications, including analgesics and anti-inflammatories, to keep your pet comfortable before, during, and after surgery. Our goal is to minimize discomfort and promote a faster and smoother recovery.

How do I care for my pet after surgery?

  • Your veterinarian will provide detailed post-operative care instructions, which may include restrictions on activity, wound care, medication administration, and follow-up appointments. It's essential to follow these instructions closely to ensure the best possible outcome for your pet.

What if I have concerns or questions about my pet's surgery?

  • If you have any concerns or questions before, during, or after your pet's surgery, don't hesitate to contact our veterinary team. We're here to provide support, guidance, and answers to help ease your mind and ensure the best care for your furry friend.

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