We offer a wide range of procedures performed at a level of expertise expected from doctors who have undergone a structured postdoctoral training program in small animal surgery.
Our practice is fully equipped and staffed to perform a wide range of surgical procedures in dogs and cats, from the common to the complex.
- Knee surgeries including repairs for:
- cranial cruciate ligament (CCL)
- medial meniscus
- medial patellar luxation (MPL)
- total knee replacement (TKR)
- Fracture repairs
- Tendon and ligament repairs
- Hip surgeries including
- Triple Pelvic Osteotomy (TPO)
- Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHO)
- Total Hip Replacement (THR)
- Juvenile Public Symphysodesis (JPS)
- General joint surgeries
- Corrective Osteotomy
- Herniated disks
- Total Ear Canal Ablation-Lateral Bulla osteotomy (TECA-LBO)
- Salivary Mucocele
- Laryngeal paralysis surgery
- Common cancer surgeries include Mast Cell Tumor (MCT), cancer of the jaw, ear, lung, liver, intestines and anal glands and Fibrosarcoma
- Extra Hepatic Portosystemic shunts (or Liver Shunts)
- Tumor removal from the liver, kidneys, intestine or spleen
- Bladder or kidney stone removal
- Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA)
- Common hernias: perineal, diaphragmatic, inguinal, abdominal
- Most common urogenital surgery: Bladder stones
- Thyroid cancer
Blood chemistry, blood type and crossmatch, CBC, cytology, histopathology, myelogram, radiology, stone analysis, urine testing, and utrasound (ACVIM boarded internist available). In addition, many other diagnostic tests are available.
There are other procedures that we can perform that are not listed here. Please call us for advice on any surgical procedure that can be performed on a dog or cat. We have made it our passion to determine the best course of action by evaluating each patient individually. Sometimes surgery is not the best option and sometimes it may be needed later. We aim to give you an accurate representation of what the best recovery may be as well as to help you learn what you can do to achieve the best result for your four-legged companion.