Pet Surgery Designed to Reduce Risk and Speed Healing
Any surgery can be a scary experience for both you and your pet. At our Germantown animal hospital, we perform every procedure with minimal risk to your pet, and a speedy recovery in mind. We perform a range of soft tissue surgeries and have a dedicated traveling surgeon who can perform complex orthopedics. We also are firm believers in effective pain management so your pet stays comfortable and pain-free throughout the procedure and recovery.
Soft Tissue Surgeries
Soft tissue surgery refers to any procedure that does not involve the bone or joints. Surgeries can be either preventive or corrective in nature, and our trained staff are experienced in both common procedures and the not-so-common, too. No matter what your pet's need, we'll be able to find a solution.
Each pet surgery is performed to the highest standard at our animal hospital. Soft tissue procedures that we perform include:
- Foreign body removal
- Bladder stone removal
- Mass removals
- Basic ophthalmology (eye surgery)
- Spay and neuter
- And more
Orthopedic and Complex Surgeries
Our surgeons can perform just about any soft tissue surgery, but for more complicated procedures, we work with traveling surgeons who are specialists in their fields. Since the surgeons come to us, you don’t have to worry about trekking to an unfamiliar referral hospital with your ailing pet. You can stay in the comfort of your family vet practice.
Some more complex pet surgery procedures include:
- CCL repairs
- Patella Luxation
- Fracture repair
- Hip dysplasia
- Liver mass removal
- Complex ophthalmology
- And more
When your pet is with us, they’re in good hands. Once they are at home, their care is up to you! We always send home detailed instructions for care after pet surgery as well as prescribed pain medication. We will also send specific instructions for your individual pet home with you. Should you have any questions regarding pet surgery and recovery, please don’t hesitate to ask!
Have you lost your home-care instructions? You can download home care forms here.