Surgical Services for Pets

Operations performed with anesthesia to improve your cat or dog’s quality of life.

The thought of your cat or dog having surgery can be scary. As animal lovers and pet parents ourselves we understand just how important it is that your cherished companion gets the best care and makes a full recovery. Our surgeons are well-trained and experienced in performing routine and advanced procedures. During surgery, we prioritize the well-being of your pet. Our team will also ensure that you are well-informed about the procedure and your loyal companion’s condition. To discuss an upcoming procedure for your cat or dog, please call us at 613-732-3641.

What types of surgeries are performed at your hospital?

Our hospital offers a wide range of surgical procedures. We very commonly perform spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. We also perform dental surgery and soft tissue surgeries such as tumour removal, wound reconstruction, splenectomies, bladder stone removal, and biopsies.

Is surgery safe?

While there can be risks to surgery it is very beneficial to keep your feline or canine friend healthy. Our team follows strict pre-anesthetic rules and protocols during the procedure. We use modern equipment to monitor the patient and keep them comfortable during the procedure. 

We specialize in laser surgery, which is at the cutting edge of modern veterinary medicine. Laser surgery has many benefits in comparison to stainless steel surgical scalpels. The surgical laser used in veterinary medicine is CO2 laser. The beams emitted by the laser are absorbed by water found in soft tissues and the skin vaporizing the cells and cutting the tissues. The surgeon has control over how much laser beams are absorbed. We use this type of surgery for spays and neuters, eyelid surgery and throat and mouth procedures. Here are the benefits of laser surgery:

  1. Reduces postoperative pain - the laser seals nerve endings as it cuts, which lessens pain impulses at the surgery site.
  2. Extreme surgical precision
  3. Reduced bleeding and blood loss
  4. Reduced inflammation
  5. Decreased risk of surgical infection
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