Monday-Friday 7 AM to 7 PM
Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM

(281) 578-1506
20701 Kingsland Blvd. Suite 105,
Katy, Texas 77450

Surgery

cruciate ligament repair surgery

We offer the most advanced surgical techniques and technology so you can rely on the doctors you’ve come to know and trust to provide advanced care for your pet. In addition to traditional spay and neuter surgery, dental cleanings and external growth removals, our veterinarians are trained and equipped to perform a variety of soft tissue surgeries including:

  • Foreign body removal
  • Splenectomy
  • Internal mass removal
  • Pyometra surgery
  • Laceration repair
  • Aural hematoma repair
  • Entropion correction
  • Bladder stone removal and
  • Gastropexy (stomach tacking)

Several of our doctors are also skilled in orthopedic procedures including:

  • Fracture repair
  • Patellar repair
  • Tibial Platrau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) procedure for CCL repair
  • Femoral head ostectomy (FHO)
  • Amputation

All patients are carefully screened for safety, and anesthetics are specifically tailored to your pet. Surgical services and facilities include fully trained veterinary and technical staff, to ensure the safest, most efficient, state-of-the-art procedures for your pet; heated surgery tables for greater comfort; advanced sterilization techniques; ECG and oxygen saturation monitors; intensive after surgery care and full blood testing.

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Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic or “minimally invasive” surgery is a specialized technique for performing surgery. In traditional “open” surgery the surgeon uses a single incision to enter into the abdomen. To perform veterinary laparoscopy, a veterinarian cuts a small incision, the size of a keyhole, in the dog’s belly. A special miniature laparoscopic camera is then inserted into the hole. Real-time photo images from the camera are displayed on a monitor, allowing the veterinarian to view individual organs inside the dog and to guide their surgical instruments.

Compared to traditional open surgery, patients often experience less pain, a shorter recovery, and less scarring with laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic surgery is typically offered as a less invasive alternative to a traditional spay surgery, but it can also be used for many other procedures, including biopsies of the liver, kidneys, or intestines, gastropexy (stomach tacking) in large dogs to prevent bloat, and mass and bladder stone removal.