Surgery

Pet Surgery

Our veterinary team in Ocala utilizes the most advanced monitoring, pain management and anesthesia protocols when performing pet surgery. Safety is our highest priority in every medical situation, and we take all necessary precautions to make sure that your pet is secure. Whether performing routine spays and neuters or orthopedic surgeries, our team always goes a step beyond to keep pets comfortable and ensure a full recovery.

Arranging a surgical appointment for your pet can be stressful, but our capable team is always happy to answer your questions and provide support. We will keep you informed of what to expect during the entire process.

Surgeries We Offer for Our Patients

We are a full-service animal hospital, because we feel it is important to offer as many quality services as possible to our patients. We love seeing pets thrive and come back to us year after year for routine treatment. Our goal is to meet all of your pet’s needs in every aspect, including surgery. Surgeries our veterinarians perform include:

  • Spay and neuter
  • Mass removal (lumpectomy)
  • Foreign body removal
  • Entropion
  • Cherry eye repair
  • Cystotomy
  • ACL repair
  • Femoral Head and Neck Osteotomy
  • Stem cell therapy

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What You Can Expect

Your veterinarian will explain every step of the process with you and answer any questions regarding your pet’s procedure, recovery time, post-operative care and more.

Managing your pet’s pain and safety is always our foremost concern. Prior to your pet’s surgery, your veterinarian will perform a physical exam and run diagnostics to make sure they are healthy. If we detect any underlying problems, we will postpone your pet’s surgery to a later date.

Your pet will be monitored by an experienced technician throughout their surgery. Analgesics (painkillers), antibiotics and fluids will be administered through an IV catheter to keep your pet stable and comfortable. Our surgery table is heated to maintain your pet’s body temperature, and in recovery, they will be given warm blankets for additional comfort. We will call you as soon as your pet is able to stand and walk on their own, and will discuss home care and medication instructions when you arrive. Do not hesitate to call us in the following days if you have any concerns.

We Are Here to Help You

Our team members are pet owners, too. We understand the stress you may be experiencing due to your pet’s surgery. We will be more than happy to offer our support and put you at ease during this time. If you have questions about your pet’s recovery or need to schedule their surgery, call us at 352-867-5553.

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