Common Reasons for Pet Surgery:
Foreign body removal
Spay and neuter
Tumor or skin biopsy
What Does Surgery Involve?
Pets undergo surgeries similar to those performed on humans. During the pre-operative appointment, the necessary preparations are discussed, including the need for anesthesia and fasting, and any medication the pet is currently taking. In some cases, pets may need to stay overnight for recovery, and this will be discussed during the appointment. Pain management is a crucial part of the recovery process, and we provide pets with medications to ensure maximum comfort. After the surgery, we will provide you with care instructions for your pet's recovery. Please don't hesitate to contact us at (786) 396-1209 if you have any questions or concerns about your pet's surgery or would like to schedule one.