Welcome to our surgery center, where we specialize in a comprehensive range of surgical procedures dedicated to the well-being and health of your cherished pets. Our skilled veterinary team is committed to providing compassionate care and achieving excellent surgical outcomes. Explore the diverse surgeries we offer to address various health concerns for your furry companions:

Spay/Neuter Surgery

Safeguard the health of your pets by preventing reproduction through the removal of reproductive organs.

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Dental Surgery

Ensure optimal oral health with procedures such as teeth cleaning, extraction of damaged teeth, and treatment of oral diseases.

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Anal Gland Surgery

Resolve chronic anal gland issues, including abscesses, infections, or impactions, through surgical intervention.


Essential surgical removal of the spleen in cases of tumors, trauma, or certain blood disorders.

Tumor Removal

Address both benign and malignant tumors to prevent further growth, alleviate discomfort, and hinder cancer spread.

Orthopedic Surgery

Focus on the musculoskeletal system with procedures like fracture repair, joint stabilization, and ligament/tendon repair.

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Soft Tissue Surgery

Perform surgeries for wound repair, removal of foreign objects, masses or cysts, and gastrointestinal issues.

Eye Surgery

Correct eyelid issues, treat eye injuries or diseases, and perform enucleations when necessary.

Cherry Eye Surgery

Correct prolapsed glands of the third eyelid to restore normal eye function.

Ear Surgery

Treat chronic ear infections, remove tumors, or correct congenital abnormalities through specialized ear surgeries.

Caesarean Section

Safely deliver puppies or kittens in cases of difficult or high-risk pregnancies.

Bladder Stone Removal

Surgically remove bladder stones causing urinary tract issues.

Hernia Repair

Address protruding organs or tissues through surgical repair to prevent complications.

Cruciate Ligament Repair

Stabilize the knee joint in cases of torn or ruptured cruciate ligaments, a common injury in dogs.

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Perform preventive surgery, especially in large dog breeds, to prevent gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV), commonly known as bloat or twisted stomach.

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Improve the quality of life for animals with severe trauma, cancer, or irreparable limb deformities through necessary amputation.

Our commitment is to the health and happiness of your pets, and we strive to provide exceptional care through our diverse surgical offerings.