Pet Soft Tissue Surgery
A wide range of procedures is included in soft tissue surgery, which is typically connected to non-joint or non-bony surgeries. Spaying and neutering, hernia repairs, and mass removals are the most frequently performed soft tissue operations on animals. Abdominal exploratory, cystotomy, and splenectomy are examples of more complex soft tissue surgeries.
Pet Soft Tissue Surgery in Canton, IL
We have experience performing a variety of soft tissue surgeries. Call us to schedule an appointment if you need one of our surgeries that don’t require a referral or prior diagnosis from us.
Pet Soft Tissue Surgery
Soft tissue surgery includes the majority of non-orthopedic procedures. This includes surgeries for the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) as well as oncological, gastroenterological, cardiothoracic, skin-reconstructive, hepatic, and urogenital conditions.
Following surgery, you and your pet might both feel extremely stressed. We are committed to giving our customers a thoughtful and relaxing experience.
Soft Tissue Surgical Procedures Include:
- Mass Removal
- Intestinal Foreign Body Removal
- Intestinal Biopsies
Spay & Neuter
Having your pet spayed or neutered has many advantages. The procedure, which stops animals from procreating, can prolong and improve the lifespan of your dog or cat. By having your pet spayed or neutered, you're defending him or her against potentially fatal illnesses, diseases of the reproductive system, and various cancers. Additionally, by keeping more animals out of shelters, spaying and neutering your pet will aid in reducing the problem of dog and cat overpopulation. If you're thinking about having this surgery done on your pet, get in touch with the office for more details on when it's best to have it done as well as a price quote.
Bladder & Urinary Surgery
The removal of bladder stones is the most frequent bladder surgery performed on canines. It's a procedure called a perineal urethrostomy for cats (PU). The urethra frequently becomes blocked in male cats. A PU is carried out to widen the exit route when this occurs repeatedly.
Tumors and cysts can develop anywhere on or inside the body of an animal. Usually, they need to be removed. They may also undergo a biopsy to ascertain whether the mass is benign or malignant (cancerous).
Cats frequently develop ear polyps, which can be removed surgically. Some dog breeds, most frequently Cocker Spaniels, are prone to ear infections. If the infection is severe enough, a total ear canal ablation (TECA) or ear canal removal may be necessary. Even though the procedure sounds invasive, it produces excellent results that allow pets to live pain- and ear infection-free lives.
Veterinary Services in Canton, IL
Soft Tissue Surgery
Cold Laser Therapy
Puppy & Kitten Care
Euthanasia & Cremation