We understand that bringing your pet in for surgery can be very stressful, not only for your pet but also for you, their owner, regardless of how minor the procedure is. Our compassionate team is here to help ease the stress. Your pet is in good hands with our skilled veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians (RVTs).
How do you ensure my pet's safety during their procedure?
All pets will get a complete physical exam before surgery to ensure they are good candidates. We also offer pre-anesthetic blood testing for your pet to help evaluate organ function and determine whether they can handle medications associated with their surgical procedure. During every procedure, we provide continuous monitoring using specialized devices. In addition, our RVTs monitor your pet's vital signs throughout the procedure.
How do you maintain a high standard of surgical care?
We are dedicated to providing the best care possible for your pet. Our veterinarians and RVTs continue to further their knowledge through continuing education courses, so they stay current on the latest methods and treatments. For more complex cases, we will refer you to a specialist or have a specialist come to the clinic to perform the surgical procedure to ensure the best possible outcome. To learn more about our surgical procedures, please contact us at 905-877-2258.
Which procedures do you perform?
We perform a wide variety of surgical procedures that include, but are not limited to:
- Spay and neuter procedures
- Ophthalmic procedures - Eyelid mass removals, replacement of prolapsed third eyelid glands also known as cherry eye corrections, enucleation, entropion corrections, and more
- Soft tissue procedures - Lump removals, wound repairs, and splenectomies
- Gastrointestinal surgeries - Foreign body removals and stomach tacking
- Urinary surgeries - Cystotomies (removal of bladder stones) and urethrostomies
- Orthopedic procedures - Amputations, fixing broken bones, repairing torn ligaments; we have board-certified surgeons, Dr. Kim Murphy and Dr. Seanna Swayne, who perform the more complicated procedures