Safe, Comfortable Veterinary Surgery for Dogs and Cats
Veterinary surgery at Greece Animal Hospital doesn’t have to be a traumatic or frightening experience. We offer treatment for a variety of canine and feline injuries and diseases, with modern advancements in surgical care and continuous support for pet owners. Treatment goals for every patient are designed to enhance quality of life, for pets and their families.
Experienced Veterinarians and Staff
Our veterinarians and staff offer extensive training and experience in performing a variety of canine and feline surgeries, from spays and neuters to more complex surgical procedures.
Pet owner support includes a complete explanation about any procedure. We encourage all questions and provide thorough guidance for post-surgical care.
Safe and Comfortable Pet Surgery
General anesthesia is the standard of care for most surgical procedures. We offer various levels of anesthesia for your pet, tailoring treatment to the patient’s need.
State of the art patient monitoring for surgery includes Doppler blood pressure, oxygen levels, body temperature, respiratory rate, EKG, and heart rate. Our technicians closely monitor every patient throughout their surgery and recovery.
For your pets’ surgery, pain management is tailored to patient need. Appropriate home care and treatment planning provides comfort for enhanced healing.
Available Surgical Procedures
We recommend spaying female puppies and kittens between four and six months old, and neutering males by six months to prevent wandering, aggression, and territorial behaviors.
Removing the ovaries and uterus to prevent heat cycles and reproduction
Removing the testicles to prevent reproduction
All spays and neuters are performed with general anesthesia and proper post-surgical pain management.
Other types of veterinary surgeries we perform include:
Abdominal surgery, bladder/urethral surgery, eye/facial surgery, tumor and growth removals and skin/wound reconstruction
The surgical removal of the nail and last bone in each toe. This surgery involves general anesthesia and 3 to 5 days in the hospital. This procedure is only recommended if your cat stays indoors permanently and cannot be trained to use a scratching post.
Learn more about Post-Surgical Home Care.