Pet Surgery Gives Pets a Higher Quality of Life
Pet surgery comes in many forms. It can be preventive, such as a spay or neuter, or it can be corrective, such as a mass removal or dental extraction. All of these surgeries set pets up for healthier lives by preventing serious conditions or correcting those present. Yet, no matter what procedure your pet comes in for, they are always treated with the highest level of care. Greenville Animal Hospital performs many surgeries each week.
Safety at Every Stage
Your pet’s safety is your priority, and it’s ours, too. We treat them as you would—with gentle handling, words of encouragement, and all the safety measures to ensure their well-being. We take several steps to promote safety and comfort throughout the surgery including:
- Pre-anesthetic blood work and an exam. This step takes into account your pet’s whole health before surgery. Blood work allows us to detect underlying conditions that could make anesthesia dangerous for them.
- IV fluids. Using an IV catheter, we provide your pet with fluids throughout the procedure to keep them hydrated and stabilize their blood pressure.
- Complete monitoring. Our monitoring equipment reads all your pet’s vitals and tells if there are any changes. We watch their EKG (heart rhythm), heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, blood-oxygen levels, body temperature, and more.
- A dedicated LVT. A licensed veterinary technician monitors your pet at all times in addition to our monitoring equipment.
Surgeries We Perform
Our veterinarians perform many soft tissue procedures including, but not limited to:
- Spays and neuters
- Mass and tumor removals
- Hernia repairs
- Bladder stone removals
- Eye lid tumor removal
- Exploratory surgery
For Complex Procedures
If your pet requires a complex procedure beyond our capabilities, we refer you to expert referral veterinarians in our area. Your pet’s health and safety mean the world to us, and we entrust them to only the best. Learn more about our pet surgery procedures, our referrals, and more by calling us at (616) 754-9633.