Dog and Cat Surgery in East Lansing
Beyond routine examinations and vaccinations, your pet may require dog or cat surgery. Our exceptional veterinary staff is highly qualified to perform various surgical procedures here in East Lansing, whether it’s a routine spay and neuter or something more complex. We understand the anxiety of putting your pet through surgery, and we are happy to talk you through the entire process and answer any questions you may have. We want you to feel at ease and informed about making decisions concerning your pet’s health. Feel free to call us at (517) 332-2511.
Our full-service animal hospital is well-equipped with state-of-the-art surgical and diagnostics tools to meet your pet’s health needs. When it comes to your four-legged friend’s well-being, we leave no stone unturned.
Our Dog and Cat Surgical Services
We offer many dog and cat surgery services here in East Lansing to provide your animal companion with the best possible care. These include:
- Soft tissue procedures
- Abdominal surgery
- Urogenital surgery
- Oral surgery
Should your pet require an orthopedic procedure, our skilled veterinary team can also perform:
- Cruciate ligament repair
- FHO (Femoral head osteotomy)
- Pin placements for fractures
- Patella stabilization
Complicated fractures or orthopedic conditions are referred to trusted, board-certified veterinary specialists.
Pre- and Post-Surgical Care
For your pet’s safety, pre-anesthetic blood work is generally required to check their organ function and blood cell count. If they are 5 years of age or older or have an illness, pre-anesthetic testing is required. We want to make absolutely sure that your pet is as safe and healthy as possible before undergoing any surgical procedure. Our staff members will constantly monitor your pet’s heart rate, oxygen saturation, temperature, respiratory rate, and blood pressure to increase their safety and detect any issues early.
Once your pet is out of surgery, they are monitored during their recovery. Our staff members will stay in touch to keep you at ease and updated on your pet’s condition. Once they are able to stand and walk on their own, they can leave and continue their recuperation at home with you.
We’re with You Every Step of the Way
If the thought of putting your dog or cat through surgery gives you pause, we are more than happy to discuss their options with you. We want you to be informed and confident about making important decisions about your pet’s livelihood, so don’t be afraid to ask questions by calling us at (517) 332-2511. Your pet is family, and we’ll be there for them every step of the way in their journey through life.