Helping Pets Live Better Lives with Pet Surgery
At Park Grove Pet Hospital, we perform routine soft tissue procedures and can bring in a veterinary surgeon for more complex orthopedic surgeries to our hospital. Our goal with every surgery is to minimize discomfort and maximize success. Pet surgeries often help pets to live healthier lives by correcting painful problems and preventing future health issues, too.
The Highest Standards of Safety
As an AAHA-accredited animal hospital, we practice the highest standards of safety with every procedure by making your pet’s comfort and well-being our priority from post-operative care to recovery. Our safety protocols include:
Operations We Perform
The veterinarians at Park Grove Pet Hospital are very skilled in performing a variety of routine and complex soft tissue surgeries. For more advanced orthopedic procedures, we have a mobile veterinary surgeon who visits our hospital.
Common surgeries we perform include:
- Spays and neuters
- Abdominal surgeries
- Basic eye surgeries
- Mass/tumor removal
After surgery, your pet will be moved to our recovery ward where a veterinary technician will be with them as they wake up from surgery. We’ll let you know when they are ready to be picked up and will go through detailed discharge instructions so you can give them the very best care at home. Generally, we recommend that pets have a quiet, safe place to recover for the first 24-48 hours after surgery. Their crate or a pet-safe room is often the best place for them to relax. Anesthesia takes some time to completely wear off, so don’t be alarmed if your pet seems groggy and/or has a decreased appetite the first day or two after surgery.
If you have any questions or concerns while your pet recovers, please contact us at 651-459-9663.