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Elective and Non-Elective Procedures

Our surgical services include, but are not limited to, the following: 

Spay and Neuter Services

Spaying and neutering your pets can have numerous benefits for both your furry friend and the community. Firstly, it can help prevent certain types of cancer and infections in pets. Spaying and neutering can also help control the pet population, which can lead to fewer animals being euthanized in shelters. Overall, spaying and neutering is a responsible decision that can improve the health and well-being of your pet.

Anal Gland Removal

Reserved for severe, persistent anal gland issues. Book a consult with one of our veterinarians to have a discussion about if this procedure is right for your pet. 

Entropion and 'Cherry Eye' Repair

  • 'Cherry Eye' or nictitans membrane/third eyelid prolapse

  • Entropion/Ectropion consults and repairs ​

Additional Treatments During Spay and Neuter Procedures

  • Gastropexy

  • Deciduous (baby) tooth removal

  • Congenital hernia repair

Stenotic Nares and Soft Palate Shortening

Brachycephalic (short-nosed) breeds such as bulldogs can have very narrow nostrils, or stenotic nares, that prevent good air flow and oxygenation. They can also have a soft palate (soft tissue on the roof of their mouths) that is too elongated, which creates more effort when breathing. Both of these genetic issues can limit the activity they can do, especially during the summer. These procedures can be done to widen airways and allow easier breathing and exercise tolerance.

Growth, Mass and Cyst Removal

Our veterinarians will first assess your dog's lump to see if it is recommended for removal. If so, then we can remove it and with your consent, send it to our outside laboratory for diagnostic testing. 

Orthopedic Procedures

  • Cranial Cruciate Repair (extracapsular technique)

  • Luxating Patella Repair

Please see our orthopedic page for more information! 

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