Veterinary Surgical Service at VSES
The surgery team at VSES offers the training, equipment, and expertise to treat even the most complex surgical conditions. Our surgeons embrace the most current knowledge and advanced techniques to provide your pets with the finest surgical experience in the region.
Our team of board-certified veterinary surgeons provide complete patient care, from pre-op to discharge. Our continuity of care is second to none.
Veterinary Surgery Services for Your Pets
We provide diagnosis and treatment of a variety of surgical conditions in companion animals, including:
- Orthopedic surgery
fracture repair, cranial cruciate stabilization, and arthroscopy
- Soft tissue surgery
abdominal and thoracic procedures, wound repair, amputation, oncologic surgery
- Surgical oncology
tumor biopsy, cancer staging, tumor removal
spinal decompression, spinal stabilization and fracture repair
minimally invasive spay, gastropexy, biopsies, and other diagnostic procedures
- Minimally invasive surgery
technique employing smaller incisions that reduce the risk of pain and infection and enhance recovery
- Emergency surgery
addressing injuries due to trauma and acute surgical emergencies
In addition, we offer the most advanced digital imaging (CT and MRI) and anesthesia monitoring for comprehensive, high-quality care.
The moment your pets enter our hospital for surgery, they receive 24-hour personalized care from pre-op to discharge. This includes individualized anesthesia protocols, post-operative pain management, and administration of special diets, as well as monitoring and care by technicians and doctors around the clock.
When to Contact a Veterinary Surgeon
Your primary veterinarian may recommend a consultation with a surgeon if your pet is in need of a surgical procedure. Our surgeons are trained in advanced surgical techniques and have the ability to treat the most complicated surgical cases.
A board-certified surgical specialist completes several years of additional training, including a one-year internship and three years of a residency at an accredited institution. Diplomate status is obtained by successfully passing rigorous specialty boards following residency. For more information, visit the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Meet the Surgeons
The VSES surgery service is staffed by two board-certified surgeons, two surgical residents, one surgical intern, licensed veterinary technicians, animal care attendants and two service coordinators.