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Spaying (ovariohysterectomy) is a common surgical procedure with many health benefits. Your veterinarian can explain these benefits.
Feline spay (ovariohysterectomy) is a common surgical procedure. Your veterinarian can explain its many benefits to your cat’s health.
Cranial cruciate rupture repair
A common injury in dogs is cranial cruciate rupture. If not repaired, the knee is painful and will undergo osteoarthritis. Repair replaces the damaged ligament with a prosthetic substitute.
Anal gland sacculectomy
The anal glands of dogs and cats reside just under the skin at 4 & 8 o’clock in reference to the anus. Due to chronic infection or neoplasia, the anal glands may have to be removed.
Cherry eye surgery
Cherry eye (prolapse of the third eyelid gland) is an unsightly situation that sets up the eye for environmentally induced inflammation. It is caused by inflammation of the gland. If possible, the gland is replaced into its original position.
For various reasons, such as foreign bodies, cancer or twisting, a damaged part of the bowel needs to be excised. The remaining bowel then needs to be reconnected (anastomosed).
Neutering (castration) is a common surgical procedure. There are many benefits to neutering that your veterinarian can explain.
Feline neutering is a common surgical procedure. There are many benefits that your veterinarian can explain.
In certain breeds, the patella (knee cap) will move out of alignment. This condition (luxation) results in chronic pain and osteoarthritis. Re-alignment (arthroplasty) corrects the condition.
Canine spleen removal
At times, due to conditions such as cancer, trauma or volvulus, the spleen must be removed.
Feline perineal urethrostomy
Continued blocking of a male cat’s urethra is a life threatening event. Eliminating the very narrow area of the urinary outflow tract will help prevent future blocking.
Trimming a dog’s nails
dog nail trimming