veterinary surgical services

The highly trained surgeons at Mercy Pet Clinic are skilled in a variety of different types of veterinary surgery.

Our surgical services include:

Spays and Neuters

Spaying and neutering your pets is the most effective way to prevent animal overpopulation and strays. Additionally, spaying your female pets will ensure they don’t go through heat, and neutering your male pets can prevent aggressive behavior. We offer both a traditional spay as well as the less invasive laparoscopic spay.

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Soft Tissue Repairs

Mercy Pet Clinic offers a variety of soft tissue repairs, including:

  • Lump or mass removal
  • Foreign object removal
  • Laceration Repair
  • Aural hematoma correction

Orthopedic Surgery

An orthopedic surgery is any surgery that involves the bones or musculoskeletal system. While we offer an expansive array of orthopedic surgical procedures, these are the ones most commonly completed here at Mercy:

  • Fracture repairs
  • Cruciate ligament rupture
  • Patella luxation corrections

Feline Declaws

Declawing (also known as onychectomy) is the surgical removal of a cat’s nail bed. Pet parents might opt for this procedure to prevent the destruction of furniture and cat scratches on people. This procedure is reserved for indoor cats only, because outdoor cats will need their claws for defense.

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Top-Notch Surgical Equipment

In order to best serve pets and their parents, we use only the highest quality surgical equipment here at Mercy Pet Clinic. Our highly trained pet surgeons work hard to ensure each and every pet receives great surgical care. Additionally, we do everything in our power to make sure your pet stays as comfortable as possible during the recovery process.

Risk Reduction

While anesthesia and surgery are generally very safe for pets, some risks are still present. Our surgeons reduce these risks by requiring all patients to undergo a physical exam before surgery and to have a blood screening prior to any anesthetic being administered. The blood screening will help to rule out any internal problems your pet may have, such as clotting disorders, anemia or abnormalities of the liver and kidney. Additionally, we ensure your pet stays hydrated and maintains a healthy blood pressure during their surgery.