Dog & Cat Surgeries in Chandler, AZ
Whether it’s for preventive or treatment measures, many pets will need to undergo veterinary surgery at some point in their lives. Animal Medical Center of Chandler’s surgical suite is equipped to handle a number of soft tissue (don’t involve bone) cat & dog surgeries, keeping your pet’s health at the forefront. As an AAHA-accredited practice, we maintain the highest standards with our surgical services, so you can be confident that your pet will be in good hands with our doctors and staff. Our suite features separate areas for preparation, surgery, and recovery as well as the latest monitoring equipment. We monitor each patient before, during, and after every procedure we perform.
Prior to admitting your pet, we’ll take time to discuss the planned surgical procedure and address any questions or concerns you have. We want to make sure that you are educated about the procedure to be performed and that your pet’s needs and comforts are addressed. Please make sure you have a list of all supplements and medications that your pet is taking. This allows us to create an anesthetic plan that’s appropriate for your pet. Pre-anesthetic blood work is performed prior to every procedure to maximize safety by assessing organ function.
Surgeries We Perform
Some of the most common soft tissue cat and dog surgeries we perform at Animal Medical Center of Chandler include:
- Soft tissue surgeries (including splenectomies, cystotomies, mass/lump removals, and minor oral surgeries)
- Foreign body removal
- Skin biopsies
- Minor eye and ear procedures
Spay and Neuter in Chandler
Spay and neuter surgeries both have a number of health benefits for pets, including their ability to help pets live longer. These procedures are typically recommended between 6 and 9 months of age for dogs and cats, but these ages can vary, depending on the breed. Some of the health benefits of spaying and neutering include:
- Prevention of unwanted pregnancy
- Protection against uterine infection, prostatic disease, testicular disease, and cancer
- Elimination of heat cycles (females)
- Reduction or elimination of undesirable behaviors (males)
If you would like to schedule a surgical procedure for your pet at Animal Medical Center of Chandler or would like more information, call us at (480) 339-0406. We’ll be happy to help.