Veterinary Surgery

Veterinary Surgery

From routine to more advanced surgical procedures, Dallas Animal Urgent Care offers safe and effective surgical procedures for dogs and cats using state-of-the-art equipment and the most current techniques.  As pet owners ourselves, we will monitor your pet before, during and after surgery as if our own and offer the exceptional care needed to ensure a smooth and uneventful recovery.

The surgical procedures we perform include:

  • Emergency surgery (i.e. GI foreign body removal, pyometra, c-section, etc.)
  • Laceration and wound repair
  • Biopsies
  • Spay/neuter surgery
  • Scrotal ablation
  • Gastropexy
  • Splenectomy (spleen removal)
  • Mass Removal
  • Hernia Repair
  • Cystotomy (for bladder stone removal, biopsy, etc)
  • Enucleation (eye removal) and tarsorrhaphy (temporary closure of the eye)
  • Limb amputation
  • Tail amputation

Our veterinary team members offer individual and compassionate pre- and post-surgical care to every patient. Prior to surgery, we will ensure your pet is an acceptable candidate to undergo anesthesia by doing a thorough physical exam with pre-surgical diagnostic testing. During surgery, your pet will be closely monitored by a knowledgeable, well-trained technician who is aided by digital monitoring equipment. IV fluid therapy and thermoregulation are provided for all surgical patients. Comprehensive pain management is utilized before, during and after your pet’s surgical procedure to keep them as comfortable as possible.

We will always communicate with you after surgery to keep you fully informed about your pet’s surgery, progress, and recovery. Please ask a technician or veterinarian if you have any questions regarding your pet or their surgery.

Safe Anesthesia for Pets

We take anesthesia cases very seriously and utilize a safe, multi-modal approach for each animal we treat. We use a combination of pre-op assessments, modern anesthetic agents, and the latest anesthetic monitoring equipment to keep your pet safe and the risks of surgery as low as possible. These steps aim to minimize side effects, provide pain control, and allow our patient to recover faster.