Improving Your Pet’s Well-being with Pet Surgery
Most, if not all, pets require surgery at least once in their lives, whether it’s a routine spay or neuter, or something more complex, like a foreign body removal. Regardless of the procedure, our veterinary team at Groveport Canal Animal Hospital will give you all the information you need to feel confident about putting your pet through surgery.
Our Pet Surgery Services
We offer several types of pet surgery services here in Groveport to provide your four-legged family member with the quality care they need. These include elective, non-elective, and dental procedures. See our list of surgical services below:
- Exodontics (tooth extraction)
- Dental prophylaxis
- Mandibulectomy (jaw bone removal)
What to Expect
We thoroughly examine all our patients before allowing them to undergo any surgical procedure. For senior pets or pets with chronic health conditions, pre-anesthetic testing is required to ensure that anesthesia will be safe for them. To avoid complications during your pet’s procedure, please take away their food and water approximately 12 hours prior to their surgery.
Your pet will be attended throughout their surgery by a registered veterinary technician who will monitor their EKG, temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure. In recovery, they’ll be given warm blankets and will be monitored by our staff members throughout the day. Once your pet can stand up and walk on their own, we will contact you. When you come to pick your pet up, we go over home care instructions and answer any questions you have about your pet’s recovery in the following days.
Considering Surgery for Your Four-Legged Friend?
If you’re interested in setting up a surgery time for your animal companion, please contact us at (614) 836-3222 to schedule a consultation. Our veterinarians will discuss the entire process with you and offer a price quote to help you anticipate the cost. Choosing surgery for your pet isn’t easy, but we can address your concerns and provide you with some peace of mind. Most of all, we want to earn your trust and be lifetime medical partners in caring for your pet.