Pet Surgery at Saint Francis Animal Hospital in Little River, SC

Pet surgery at Saint Francis Animal Hospital in Little River, SC, is a vital aspect of our commitment to comprehensive veterinary care. Our experienced team of veterinarians is equipped to provide precise and compassionate surgical interventions for the well-being of your beloved pets.

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The Importance of Pet Surgery

Addressing Health Issues

Pet surgery becomes necessary when medical conditions or injuries require intervention beyond what can be achieved through non-invasive methods. It serves as a crucial tool to address a range of health issues and restore your pet’s health.

Types of Pet Surgeries

Our veterinary team is experienced in various types of pet surgeries, including but not limited to:

  • Soft Tissue Surgeries: Addressing issues in organs, skin, and other soft structures.
  • Orthopedic Surgeries: Dealing with bone and joint-related conditions.
  • Emergency Surgeries: Urgent interventions in critical situations.

Benefits of Choosing Saint Francis Animal Hospital for Pet Surgery

Experienced Veterinary Team

Our veterinarians have a wealth of experience in performing diverse pet surgeries. This experience ensures a high level of precision and care throughout the surgical process.

Compassionate Care

At Saint Francis Animal Hospital, we understand the emotional stress that pet owners may experience when their furry companions require surgery. Our team provides compassionate care, guiding pet owners through the process and addressing any concerns they may have.

Surgical Facilities

Our veterinary hospital in Little River, SC, is equipped with modern surgical facilities to support a variety of pet surgeries. This ensures a safe and controlled environment for surgical procedures.

When Pet Surgery is Necessary

Traumatic Injuries

In cases of traumatic injuries, such as fractures or wounds, surgery may be necessary to repair and stabilize the affected areas. Timely intervention is crucial to promote optimal healing.

Tumor Removal

When tumors are identified, surgical removal is often recommended to address potential health risks. Our veterinarians carefully assess each case, determining the most appropriate approach for tumor removal.

Orthopedic Conditions

Pets with orthopedic conditions, such as hip dysplasia or cruciate ligament injuries, may benefit from surgical interventions to improve mobility and alleviate pain.

Our Approach to Pet Surgery

Comprehensive Pre-Surgical Assessment

Before any pet surgery, a comprehensive pre-surgical assessment is conducted. This includes a thorough examination, diagnostic tests, and discussions with pet owners to ensure a well-informed decision-making process.

Post-Surgical Care

Post-surgical care is equally important for a successful recovery. Our veterinarians provide detailed instructions for at-home care, monitor your pet’s progress, and schedule follow-up appointments as needed.