Your Pet's Surgery

Veterinary Surgery at The Veterinary Clinic, P.C.

The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. offers a wide range of basic surgical services, from spays and neuters to soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. We mostly handle routine medical and surgical cases, but may refer more complicated cases to specialists if we feel that it would be appropriate for the well-being of your pet.

Your pet's safety and comfort are incredibly important to us. To that end, we carefully evaluate your pet before surgery. Using a physical exam and blood tests, your veterinarian will develop a safe and effective anesthetic protocol for your pet. Equipped with the latest anesthetic and monitoring technology, we do our utmost to ensure that your pet is safe and comfortable during and after surgery.

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Your Pet's Surgery

Whether performing a routine surgery or an emergency procedure, you can have confidence that the entire staff at The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. will work hard to ensure that each procedure is thorough and done as little stress as possible for both you and your pet.

We fully understand the decision to allow your pet to undergo surgery is never an easy one. To that end, we are happy to answer any questions regarding your pet's specific surgery. In fact, a pre-surgical consultation is an essential part of the process. You veterinarian will also provide you with information on postoperative care to ensure a rapid return to your pet's happy, healthy self.

The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. offers the following soft tissue surgical procedures:

  • Spays/neuters
  • Abdominal procedures
  • Elective surgery
  • Cancer surgery (see below)

Should your pet require orthopedic surgery, the veterinarians at The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. can perform bone pinning surgery. If there is a procedure we cannot perform in house, we will gladly refer you to a veterinary specialist.

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Anesthesia and Pain Management

No pet owner wants their pet to undergo surgery. At The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. the medical team ensures that the pain your pet experiences is minimal through a range of anesthesia and pain management protocols.

During surgery, your pet will be intubated with inhaled anesthesia using isoflurane and sevoflurane. Veterinarians and skilled veterinary technicians monitor your pet's pulse with an oximeter during both surgery and recovery. These investments in the latest veterinary medicine and technology reflect the hospital's dedication to give your pet the best possible care.

We understand that your pet may experience pain for a time while they are recovering from surgery. We administer post-operative pain management via injectable and oral pain medications. Furthermore, The Veterinary Clinic, P.C.'s state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with laser therapy, which helps with arthritis, post-operative care, as well as enhanced wound and surgical healing.

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To better care for your pet, The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. provides advanced radiosurgical care. Very high frequency radio waves are transmitted between a plastic-coated antenna and a small needle electrode held by the surgeon. Heat is induced only in the cells that are in contact with the needle electrode. The small amount of heat that is generated gives the surgeon the ability to cut with simultaneous coagulation. According to some researchers, radiosurgery is superior to laser surgery in minimizing tissue damage, alleviating pain and controlling bleeding.

Radiosurgery has many veterinary applications, including skin incisions, tumor dissection, organ biopsy, gingivectomy and epilation. We use radiosurgery because it is safe, straightforward and highly effective.

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Cancer Treatment

A diagnosis of cancer can be frightening. Recent advances in veterinary cancer treatments mean that many pets can not only survive a bout of cancer, but thrive after battling the disease. The Veterinary Clinic, P.C. provides the latest veterinary cancer treatments, in conjunction with referrals to veterinary oncology specialists.

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