Surgeries you can count on.

Our highly-skilled, caring vets go above and beyond to ensure your pet is safe and comfortable throughout the process.

We were trained for this.

As a pet parent, spaying or neutering your puppy or kitten is an important decision in their early life. We know having a surgery performed on your fur baby can be scary. But our team of highly trained veterinarians can perform this routine surgery using the best safety measures, in a warm, welcoming environment.

Masses are a common condition in pets. These masses can grow on, in, or just under the skin. Ranging in size from a couple of millimeters to football-sized, masses can represent a wide variety of conditions from simple skin tags, to large fatty growths, to scars, to malignant cancers.

Mass removals typically require sedation or general anesthesia. This serves three functions: ensuring your pet holds perfectly still (with no sudden movements that could cause injury), keeping your pet fear-free (they’ll sleep rather than feeling nervous), and avoiding pain.

Once the mass is removed, our veterinarian will send it to a laboratory for analysis. This test, called a “histopathology,” is the most accurate way to determine what the mass is (and, if it’s cancerous, to determine whether or not all of the cancer was removed).

Common Questions

Do you accept insurance for surgeries?
Yes! We accept all pet insurances for surgical procedures.
How much does the surgery cost?
Each pet requires unique care, and each surgery differs in price. Our team will provide a treatment plan after they’ve examined your pet.
Will my pet be sedated?
Yes, your pet will go under anesthesia for their surgery, however, some minor biopsies and mass removals may be performed with sedation and local anesthetics.
Will my pet need to be rechecked?
Depending on the type of surgical procedure and healing process, your pet may or may not need to come back for a recheck. If you’re worried about the incision or surgical site, bring your pet in for a complimentary recheck or send us a picture to make sure things are healing appropriately.
Do you perform emergency surgeries?
Yes, our team performs emergency surgical procedures.
How can I prepare my pet for surgery?
It is important to not feed your pet the morning of their surgery. Your dog or cat must have an empty stomach to be sedated.
What does post-surgery care look like?
Immediately after your pet wakes up, we’ll give you a call. When you pick up your pet, our veterinarian will provide you with personalized home care instructions. This will include guidance on food, medications, activities, and recheck instructions. If you have questions, you should always feel comfortable giving us a call or sending us an email or text. Most animals are very groggy after their surgery (which is normal), and will recover from the anesthesia 24-48 hours after their visit. Some pets may experience soft stool, or changes in their appetite for a few days which, similar to humans undergoing surgery, is very normal!

"They really helped settle my  nerves. I have the utmost trust in bringing my pet to their loving and well-trained staff."

Mackenzie Y.
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