The need for emergent surgery can happen at any time of the day. We are here for you when your primary care veterinarian is closed. Our team of veterinarians can perform a variety of soft tissue surgeries including:
- Limb Amputation
- Bleeding Skin Masses
- Cystotomy: Surgery on the urinary bladder, most commonly done to remove bladder stones.
- Enucleation: Removal of an eye due to severe injury or disease.
- Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV or Bloat): A life threatening emergency that occurs when a dog’s stomach twists, resulting in shock and severe pain. Treatment involves surgery to de-rotate and anchor the stomach to the body wall to prevent future occurrences (gastropexy).
- Gastrotomy/enterotomy: Surgery on the stomach and/or intestines to retrieve a foreign object, remove a tumor, or to remove damaged/diseased tissue.
- Laceration & Wound Repairs
- Pyometra: A life threatening infection of the uterus that can occur in female dogs several weeks after a heat cycle, requiring emergency spay surgery to remove the infection.
- Splenectomy: Surgical removal of the spleen, most commonly due to a bleeding mass or traumatic injury.