Cat & Dog Soft-Tissue Surgery in Temperance, MI
Following a physical exam and diagnostics, your veterinarian may decide surgery should be the next step in your pet's treatment. Soft-tissue surgery can be used to effectively treat or prevent many different health conditions and may give cats and dogs a much better life overall.
Our Temperance Animal Hospital team members can answer all of your questions about what to expect from your pet's surgery, how to prepare, and how to manage their recovery. Furthermore, we want you to feel at ease about going forward with the procedure and caring for your pet while they heal.
With our state-of-the-art surgical suite and attentive staff members, you can be confident that we will always put your pet's safety and well-being before anything else. Call us at (734) 847-6751 with any questions you might have.
Soft-Tissue Surgeries We Provide to Our Patients
Our experienced veterinarians can perform many different kinds of soft-tissue surgeries for dogs and cats, including:
- Spay and neuter
- Mass removals & cancerous tumor removal
- Hernia repair
- Foreign body removal
- Exploratory surgery
- Bladder stone removal/Cystotomy
- Ear Hematoma
- Entropion & other eyelid surgeries
- Cherry eye repair
- Enucleation (eye removal)
- Corneal ulcer treatment
- Corneal Diamond Burr Debridement
Keeping Your Pet Safe During Surgery
To evaluate their health and determine appropriate anesthesia levels, all patients must undergo a physical exam and blood work prior to dog or cat surgery. If results show an underlying problem, surgery will be postponed.
Our animal hospital is equipped with the most up-to-date surgical monitoring tools for:
- SpO2 (oxygen saturation levels)
- ETCO2 (carbon dioxide monitoring)
- Blood pressure
A skilled technician will assist the veterinarian throughout the surgery to check all vitals and make sure your pet is comfortable. After the procedure, your pet will be monitored by personalized recovery staff until they are awake and able to stand on their own. In the following days, we will get in touch with you to make sure your pet's recovery is going smoothly.
We would be more than happy to talk with you in person about your dog or cat's surgery and answer any questions you have. Give us a call at (734) 847-6751 to schedule a consultation with your veterinarian.