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Pet Surgery in Cary, NC

Pet surgery saves the lives of pets in need. At Chatham Animal Hospital in Cary NC, we're proud to offer pet surgical services to our patients. Whether your pet is in need of emergency surgery for an injury or your pet is undergoing a standard surgical procedure like spaying or neutering, the skilled veterinarians at Chatham Animal Hospital can help keep your pet comfortable and safe while he or she undergoes surgical treatment.pet surgery from your veterinarian in cary

Pre-Surgical Services With Your Cary Veterinarian

Before surgery begins, we'll provide pre-surgical treatment to ensure that your pet is healthy enough to undergo surgical care. We'll perform pre-surgical blood work, check your pet for signs of infection and evaluate the functioning of your pet's organs.

We also take time before the day of the surgery to ensure that you understand the type of care your pet will need after surgery. In the event that your pet has a negative reaction to the surgery, we can provide post-surgical pet care to keep your pet safe and healthy.

What to Expect During & After Surgery

Our surgical services are designed to ensure that your pet is comfortable and safe throughout the surgical procedure. We use anesthesia to prevent pain throughout the process. During the surgery, we'll monitor your pet's ECG, pulse ox, and other vital signs. This will help ensure that your pet is safe while the surgery is taking place.

When your pet's surgery is over, we'll offer medical laser therapy to stimulate the soft tissues surrounding the site of the incision. This helps your pet feel less pain and make a faster recovery.

Reasons Your Pet May Need Surgery in Cary, NC

There are many reasons that pets need surgical services in Cary! Some of the most common reasons that pets in our community get surgery include:

  • Spay and neuter. Spaying and neutering helps control the pet population, prevents pets from populating local shelters and helps ensure good quality of life for pets in the Cary area.
  • Dental surgery. Dental surgery is sometimes required to remove infected teeth and prevent the spread of infection to other parts of the body.
  • Foreign body removal. Pets who swallow non-food items can suffer from a bowel obstruction and other problems. Our foreign body removal services can help your pet during a medical emergency.
  • Orthopedic treatment. Pets who break their bones as a result of injuries may require orthopedic surgery to make a full recovery.

Contact Your Pet's Veterinarian in Cary, NC

We know that pet surgery can be stressful for pets and their owners. We strive to make your pet's surgical experience as smooth as possible. To find out more about the type of care that we offer to pets before and after surgery takes place, contact your Cary Animal Hospital today by calling (919) 469-8114