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Posted on 06-22-2017
Many pet owners dread it when pet surgery is necessary for their beloved companion. At Lakeview Pet Hospital, we have been providing animal care including surgeries ranging from simple to complex. As one of only three AAHA accredited facilities in Oklahoma City, our veterinary is the safest place for your pet’s surgery.
The simple answer is, if your cat or dog needs surgery, we have the talent and expertise to perform it. We perform everything from very simple to highly complex surgeries, including the following:
We know that many owners are concerned about having their pet anesthetized. We use anesthesia to keep pets safe and comfortable while allowing the veterinarian to perform delicate procedures without distraction. At our veterinary we use proven, safe anesthesia products and perform all surgeries in our pristine, modern surgical suite. Using the most advanced equipment available, we monitor pets throughout their entire procedure.
We are firm believers in spaying and neutering all pets. These routine surgeries carry major preventative, as well as improved behavior benefits, for pets. In addition, pets that are spayed or neutered cannot contribute to the heartbreaking number of unwanted pets in shelters.
Classified as non-routine, soft tissue surgeries involve removing any suspicious masses, tumors or bumps. Our veterinarian also performs surgery on eyes, bladder, and other organs.
Whether because of injury or aging, our surgeon performs many orthopedic procedures on pets. Ruptured knee ligaments, hip dysplasia, severe arthritis and other painful joint conditions often necessitate surgery. Unfortunately, a pet who is injured or experiences blunt force trauma may also need orthopedic surgery.
TPLO, which stands for Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy, is a specialized surgery for fixing ruptured ACL/cranial cruciate ligaments.
If your dog or cat needs pet surgery, you can be confident that they will get superlative care in the hands of Oklahoma City’s foremost veterinary. Call us today at 405-848-2483 to make an appointment. Ask about our new client special.
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