At Companion Pet Clinic we understand that surgery can be an anxious and stressful time for both you and your pet. It is for this reason that we ensure your pet’s surgery is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. To that end, we provide our clients with a clear understanding of why a particular procedure is necessary, what the surgery entails and proper post-operative care.
Anesthesia is an integral part in surgery and is individualized based on certain factors like (cardiovascular, pulmonary, liver, and kidney health) and pre-existing disease. It is for this reason that pre-operative blood work, is strongly recommended in addition to an IV catheter and intra-operative fluids.
All patients are monitored with a system that evaluates the pet’s arterial oxygen level, blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, and core body temperature.
Castration (neuter), inguinal and abdominal cryptorchid
Tail docking and dew claw removal
Temporary tarsorraphy for corneal ulceration
Prolapsed third eyelid replacement “cherry eye”
Eyelid mass removal
Rhinoplasty – opening narrow nasal pasages
Removal of ginigval and oral masses
Ear hematoma correction
General mass removal
Inguinal, umbilical hernia
– GI foreign body, obstruction
– gastrointestinal volvulus (GDV)
– splenectomy (removal of spleen)
– nephrectomy (removal of kidney)
– Intestinal and organ biopsies
Cystotomy (bladder stone removal)
Perineal Urethrostomy (permanent opening for the urethra in blocked male cats)
Anal gland impaction, anal sac removal
– General fracture repair
– Anterior cruciate rupture repair
– Medial Patella luxation correction
– Femoral head ostectomy
Note: We are not board certified surgeons or specialists, although we have comprehensive knowledge of these procedures.