Orthopaedics and Soft Tissue Surgery

Anesthesia and Monitoring
In our continuing efforts to provide both you and your pet with the best and most advanced surgical care, we have invested heavily in the latest anesthetic administration and cardiovascular monitoring equipment. Surgeries are performed in our state-of-the-art operating room where the most up-to-date pain management techniques and the safest anesthetic agents are used.
Anesthesia is individualized for your pet based upon a number of factors including the type of procedure, his or her pre-existing conditions, blood test values, age, breed and prior anesthetic experience. We limit the amount of anesthesia by employing pre-medications, local anesthetics, epidurals and by using continuous rate infusions of analgesic drugs.
During anesthesia and surgery, your pet is constantly monitored by a trained veterinary nurse as well as with advanced electronic monitoring devices that measures 6 vital parameters (ECG, respiration, pulse oximeter, capnomitry, core body temperature and blood pressure). Additionally, your pet receives intravenous fluids to maintain blood pressure and hydration.
Our commitment to providing the highest quality care and comfort to you and your beloved pet extends well beyond our four walls. We welcome your visit and your question.


Orthopeadic surgery:

Cruciate Ligament Stabilization

Patella Luxation Repair

Hip Reduction (Open/Closed)

Femoral Head & Neck Excision

Fracture repair: pinning and plating

Bone Biopsy

Limb Amputation


Soft tissue surgery:

Spay and castration

Lump removal

Skin graft

Anal gland removal

Perineal and inguinal hernia



Soft Palate Resection

Nasal fold resection


Liver Lobectomy

Cholecystectomy / Gallbladder removal 


Feeding Tube Placement

Urinary Stone Removal

Prostatic Surgery

Eyelid and corneal surgery

Total Ear Canal Ablation


Neurological surgery:

Intervertebral Disk Disease: cervical and thoracolumbar decompression

Spinal Fracture