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Surgery isn't going to be required for all of the health problems that your pet may face. However, there are some conditions for which surgery is the best possible course of action
Surgery isn't going to be required for all of the health problems that your pet may face. However, there are some conditions for which surgery is the best possible course of action, such as:
Blockages: Your pet may develop a blockage and require surgery if they swallow something that they shouldn't have and it gets stuck.
Cancer: Depending on the severity of your pet's cancer, surgery may be necessary to remove some or all of their tumors.
Injuries: Pets with severe broken bounds or wounds may need surgery for reconstruction or repair.
Tooth decay: If your pet needs to have their teeth removed due to gum disease or tooth decay, dental surgery will be required.
Extensive surgical expertise coupled with cutting-edge equipment and technology allow us to provide pets with the highest level of care. The surgical team at PET can treat a wide variety of illnesses and injuries, from soft tissue procedures like tumor removal and laryngeal paralysis correction to orthopedic procedures like TPLO and fracture repair. Our surgeons have advanced equipment and dedicated surgical suites at their fingertips for safe, effective surgery with minimally invasive options available for certain procedures. We also have surgeons on call 24/7 should your pet experience an emergency that requires immediate intervention