Spay/Neuter– Our spay/neuter services follow the same “safety first” anesthetic protocols, of the American Animal Hospital Association, that all of our other major surgeries follow. A spay is the equivalent of an ovariohysterectomy procedure-where the whole uterus and both ovaries are removed. A neuter is the equivalent of a castration-where both testicles are removed.
To help promote population control, we offer spays and neuters at a 20-40% reduction of our normal surgery fees. We also include complete anesthesia, hospitalization, and our “safety first” anesthetic services; such as perio-op antibiotics, IV catheterization, IV fluids (when indicated for blood pressure support), pre-anesthetic sedatives and monitoring (ECG, respiratory rate, blood pressure, temperature and oxygen saturation) at no additional charge! If you start out with one of our puppy or kitten plans, we give you an additional 10% off our already reduced fees. Whenever possible, we will offer an additional reduced rate for “catch-and-release” spays and neuters of feral cats.
Soft Tissue Surgeries – We have been doing an array of soft tissue surgeries for the last 30 years, including but not limited to:
- Tumor removals
- Urinary tract surgeries (cystotomies or urethrotomies to remove stones and permanent ureterostomies to prevent further blockages)
- Intestinal surgeries (enterotomies to remove foreign bodies and resections to remove diseased or cancerous bowel)
- Splenectomies (to remove diseased or cancerous spleens)
- Ear canal surgeries
- Hernia repairs
- Eye and eyelid surgeries
- Oral surgeries
- Lacerations repairs.
For more specialized surgeries, we have many specialists we can refer clients to; within a 2 hour driving radius.
Orthopedic Surgeries – We have been successfully treating cruciate ligament ruptures with an extracapsular repair for the last 20 years. We have experience in fracture and medial knee cap displacement repairs as well. With the increased availability and affordability of orthopedic specialists, we have been able to refer out for even better outcomes of more complicated procedures.