Pet Surgery is a crucial aspect of veterinary care that addresses a wide range of medical conditions, injuries, and surgical procedures to improve the health and well-being of your beloved pets.
Pet Surgery IN CENTURIA, WI
At Interstate Veterinary Hospital in Centuria, WI, we offer a comprehensive and compassionate approach to pet surgery.
Pet surgery refers to the medical procedures performed on animals, typically dogs, cats, and sometimes other companion animals, to diagnose, treat, or correct various health issues or conditions. Veterinary surgery can encompass procedures from routine surgeries like spaying and neutering to complex operations to address injuries, diseases, or congenital abnormalities.
Our experienced veterinary surgeons perform a variety of surgical procedures, including but not limited to Soft tissue surgery (e.g., spays, neuters, mass removals, abdominal surgeries) Orthopedic surgery, Dental surgery, Ophthalmic surgery, Emergency surgery, etc.
Key Aspects of Our Pet Surgery Services:
- Pre-Surgical Evaluation: Before any surgery, we conduct a thorough pre-surgical examination, which may include blood tests, to assess your pet’s overall health. This helps ensure they are fit for surgery and allows us to tailor anesthesia and pain management protocols to their specific needs.
- Anesthesia and Monitoring: We use modern anesthesia techniques and advanced monitoring equipment to ensure your pet’s safety and comfort during surgery. A dedicated surgical team continuously monitors vital signs throughout the procedure.
- Pain Management: Pain management is a top priority. We provide pain relief before, during, and after surgery to minimize discomfort and promote a smoother recovery.
- Post-Surgical Care: After surgery, your pet receives diligent post-operative care to monitor their recovery. We provide detailed instructions for at-home care and schedule follow-up appointments to ensure your pet’s incisions heal properly.
- Stitch Removal: If sutures or staples are used, we schedule a follow-up appointment to remove them, promoting optimal healing.