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Depending on your pet's medical concerns, surgery may be the best course of action to keep them healthy. There are a variety of reasons why your pet may need surgery, such as:
Blockages: If your pet swallows something that they shouldn't and develops a blockage, they may require surgery to remove it.
Cancer: While not necessary for all types of cancer, surgery may be beneficial for the removal of some or all of your pet's cancerous tumors.
Fracture Repairs: Your pet may need surgery to repair a ligament or bone fracture. Common procedures are:
Carpal and Tarsus Arthrodesis - procedures designed to restore limb function and relieve pain.
TPLO Surgery: a procedure that treats the ligament rupture in an animal’s knee joints. This surgery is most common amongst orthopedic surgical procedures, producing an effective long-term solution for the injury.
Surgery to repair Osteochondritis Dissecans: a joint disease that can affect the pet’s shoulders, elbows and knees.
Here at Veterinary Surgical Specialists, we have a skilled surgeon, advanced tools and technologies, and fully equipped surgical suites to assist your pet with any surgical needs they may have. Learn more about our highly-qualified veterinary surgeon in Spokane, WA, below.
Surgical Procedures We Offer
The surgical team at Veterinary Surgical Specialists can help your dogs and cats with a wide range of procedures. Some of the most common surgeries that we offer are:
Dental surgery: Dental surgery may be required for oral growth removal or other conditions.
Injury repair surgery: Some serious injuries your pet receives may require surgery to repair them.
Orthopedic surgery: Broken bones or severe arthritis may require orthopedic surgery to fix them.
Removal of foreign bodies: Foreign bodies that have become stuck in your pet's digestive tract may require surgery to remove them.
Tumor removal surgery: Cancerous or painful tumors may require surgical removal.
If you have questions about the surgical services we offer or your pet's upcoming procedure, please call us at (509) 324-0055 or use our Contact Us form to send us an email.