Kings Trail Animal Hospital performs routine and elective surgeries at our facility. We do our utmost to minimize your pet’s discomfort before, during, and post-procedure in a safe comfortable and fear-free environment. Our team will closely monitor your pet throughout the operation and will take every measure possible to minimize your pet’s postoperative discomfort. Dr. Erdman and the team at Kings Trail Animal Hospital are available to answer any questions or concerns during your pet’s recovery.
Some of our surgical procedures include:
- Spaying and Neutering—Spaying and neutering are safe, routine procedures with a number of benefits. Spayed and neutered pets live longer and are healthier throughout their life. In addition, spayed and neutered pets reduce the number of unwanted and uncared for dogs and cats.
- Soft-Tissue Surgery—Soft-tissue surgeries are procedures which do not involve bone. Common soft-tissue operations include the removal of cysts and tumors. These masses are removed and diagnosed as either benign or malignant. It is extremely important to bring your pet to us for an exam if you detect any lumps on your dog or cat’s body.
- Orthopedic Surgery—Kings Trail Animal Hospital performs anterior cruciate repairs, luxating patella and other orthopedic surgeries for dogs and cats. In addition, we have teamed up with the best orthopedic surgeons in the area. We will refer your pet to these surgeons if more complex orthopedic surgeries are called for.
We assure you that your pet will remain safe when he or she undergoes surgery at our clinic. We pride ourselves on putting our patients’ well-being first. We want the best for your pets.
Please contact us to learn more about our surgical procedures or make an appointment today.
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