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What types of surgery do we do?

We are pleased to be able to offer the following surgeries, all performed under general anesthetic.

  • Routine Spay and Neuter

  • Cystotomy (Bladder Stones)

  • Stenotic Nares

  • Exploratory Surgery

  • Lump removal

What is the surgery room equipped with?

Molly Before
Molly - before her stenotic nares surgery

Our surgery room is equipped with fantastic equipment to

help us monitor your pets whilst undergoing their surgery.

This includes the following;

  • IV Fluids

  • Digital monitoring system

  • Surgical Laser

  • Warming system

Molly After
Molly - after her stenotic nares surgery

Tell me more about the Surgical Laser!

Laser surgery is a progressive new option for our clients who want the safest and least painful treatment for their pets.

In many cases, laser surgery can be extremely beneficial over traditional surgery. Some of the benefits includes the following;

  • Less Pain - The laser seals the nerve endings as it moves through the tissue, resulting in less pain after surgery.

  • Less Bleeding - The laser seals small blood vessels during surgery, resulting in less bleeding and quicker procedures.

  • Less Swelling - Only the light comes into contact with the tissue, causing minimal swelling.

  • Extreme Precision - The laser enables your surgeon to only affect or remove the target tissue, leaving the healthy surrounding tissue untouched.

  • Reduced Risk of Infection - The high heat of laser kills bacteria and micro-organisms as it moves through diseased area, reducing the chance of bacteria.

  • Quicker Recovery - For all of the above reasons, your pet is less likely to feel discomfort after surgery, and return home to normal activities sooner.

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