Should your pet require surgery, Animal Health Hospital is well-equipped, with an on-site Operating suite.
Our Veterinarians and Technicians are well-trained, and capable of performing most surgical procedures in-house.
We also have a Board Certified Anesthesiologist available to ensure the safest possible surgical experience and outcome for your pet.
By having a modern, well-equipped, sterile Operating Room on the premises, your pet can be diagnosed, operated on, and begin their recovery in a single facility, under the care of the same Doctor, and our loving staff.
- Heartworm Prevention
- Flea and tick prevention
- Digital Radiology
- Digital Ultrasound
- Digital Endoscopy
- In-house Blood Testing
- In-house lab
- Out-source lab
- Intravenous support
- Oxygen support
- Wound care
- 24 Hour Care
- Pain Management and Anesthesia
- Cancer Surgery
- Spay / Neuter
- Abdominal Surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Emergency surgery
- Referral surgery
- Pain management/anesthesia
- Dental cleaning
- Dental radiology
- Dental extractions
- Preventative care
- In-house Pharmacy
- Proxy Pharmacy
Pain Management and Anesthesia:
Each and every surgery requires some level of pain management and anesthesia. At Animal Health Hospital, we believe that your pets deserve the safest and most pain free surgical procedure possible. From a mild sedative and a local anesthetic to intrathoracic procedures requiring advanced anesthetic protocols and aggressive pain management, we have the equipment and the expertise to get the job done.
From skin lumps and bumps to bone tumors requiring limb amputation and cancers within the abdominal cavity, surgery is often your pet’s best chance for a cure. We help you decide when surgery is appropriate and provide outstanding surgical services. When necessary, we work with a surgical specialist to ensure that your pet gets the best care possible.
Spay / Neuter:
Spay and neuter surgeries are one of the best insurance policies ensuring a long and healthy life. These surgeries prevent unwanted puppies and kittens and prevent serious medical problems such as benign prostatic hyperplasia and pyometra. The ONLY reason to not neuter or spay your pet is to enable your pet to produce puppies or kittens.
At Animal Health Hospital we perform many abdominal surgeries. Examples include gastric dilation volvulus repair, intestinal obstruction repair, urinary bladder stone removal, foreign body removal and many others.
Selected orthopedic procedures are performed at Animal Health Hospital. Examples include ruptured cruciate repair via the extra capsular method, medial luxation of the patella repair, fracture repair, femoral head ostectomy and many others.
Altercations with automobiles and wild animals often lead to serious lacerations and seriously contaminated wounds. At Animal Health Hospital we are prepared to surgically debride (clean) these wounds and repair lacerations.
When necessary, we have excellent relationship with local board certified specialty surgeons. Our goal is to make you aware of your options and to facilitate the best surgical care possible for your pet.