The surgical team at Deason Animal Hospital is highly skilled and capable of providing safe surgical procedures for your dog or cat including, but not limited to:
- Spay & Neuter
- Dewclaw Removal
- Ear Trims
- Tail Docking
- Dental Cleanings
Soft Tissue Surgery
- Mass Removal
- Cesarean Section
- Abdominal Exploratory
- Cherry Eye
- Hernia Repair
- Dental Extractions
- Ear Surgery (TECA)
- Anal Gland Removal
- Surgical Correction for Luxating Patella
- Bone Fixations
- Cranial Repair
- Extracapsular Repair
- Femoral Head Ostectomy for Hip Dysplasia
- Splinting & Bandaging
We understand that your pet’s surgical procedure can be scary, but we are here to make surgery day stress-free for both you and your pet. Our veterinary surgeons have comprehensive protocols in place to help keep your pet safe and comfortable during the entire surgical process.
What to Expect Before Your Pet’s Surgery
We carefully screen all of our patients prior to surgery to make sure they are healthy and a good candidate for surgery. Blood tests allow us to confirm that it is safe to administer anesthesia. The results of these screenings also help us to determine whether your dog or cat has any pre-existing conditions that may impact the surgery or will need to be addressed following the procedure.
What to Expect During Your Pet’s Surgery
Your pet’s physical and emotional well-being during surgery is our priority. We make sure that your pet is safe and as comfortable as possible throughout the entire process by careful monitoring from a trained technician. Your pet’s vital signs (including blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen levels) will be monitored to ensure his or her safety.
Pain Management & Post-Surgery Care
We believe in maximizing the comfort level of your pet at all times. Our team will administer pain medication before, during, and after your pet’s procedure. Here at Deason Animal Hospital, we use a multi-modal approach to pain management. A multi-modal approach refers to the layered administration of small amounts of different drugs to minimize any pain that your pet might feel during or after the procedure. Because we administer lower doses of each individual drug, your pet will experience fewer adverse side effects, more complete pain relief and faster post-operative recovery.
If you have any questions about our veterinary surgical procedures, please call us at 830-393-4567.