Before surgery, a physical exam and pre-anesthetic blood work are performed. This is to be sure a pet is healthy enough for anesthesia and surgery.
During surgery, an assistant monitors vital signs and levels of anesthesia with the use of a number of monitors and equipment.
After surgery, in recovery, pain management and comfort are top priority. We will discuss recommended at-home care and follow-up visits during you pet’s discharge appointment.
Spay/Neuter Procedure is recommended for all pets to maximize overall health, minimize the risk for certain infections and diseases, prevent unwanted litters, and inhibit undesirable sexual behaviors like roaming and aggression.
Foreign Body Removal remedies GI obstruction, which can be very dangerous and fatal. If you suspect your pet has consumed a foreign object, or is showing signs of vomiting, decreased appetite, or abnormal stool, seek urgent care.
Orthopedic Surgery relieves pets of bone, joint, and muscle/tendon conditions, such as fractures and dislocations, ACL tears, and patella luxation.
Oncological Surgery is performed to treat pets with various cancers so they can live longer, happier, and healthier lives.
Soft-Tissue Surgery is performed for mass removal, trauma and laceration repair, foreign body removal, and more.
Oral Surgery is usually performed during dental procedures for pets diagnosed with dental disease, oral tumors, or broken teeth.
C-Sections are performed to aid dogs or cats with delivery, when there is a problem with natural delivery.
Located in the North Hwy 2/53 Corridor of Superior, just minutes from the University of Wisconsin-Superior and downtown Duluth, MN.