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Pet Surgery Veterinary Service in Bethany, OK

At The Council Veterinary Hospital, we offer a range of spaying, neutering, laser surgery, and soft tissue surgical procedures.

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Pet Surgery

Spaying:

Many advantages come with spaying your pet. The surgery can make your dog or cat live a longer, healthier life by preventing female animals from getting pregnant and reproducing. The personality of your pet won’t alter after spaying.

By spaying your female pet, you are defending her against potentially fatal conditions like bacterial infections, disorders of the reproductive system, and various cancers. Additionally, you won’t need to be concerned about her getting pregnant. This entails avoiding the chaos that frequently follows a female dog’s heat cycle and the pacing and crying that occurs with female cats. Additionally, spaying your pet will prevent more animals from ending up in shelters and will help with the problem of dog and cat overpopulation.

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Neutering:

Pet neutering has a lot of advantages. The operation can let your dog or cat live a longer, healthier life by preventing male animals from procreating. The personality of your pet won’t change after neutering.

By neutering your pet, you can lessen or completely eliminate his risk of developing sexually transmitted illnesses, prostate cancer, and testicular cancer. The undesired and unpleasant behaviour, including as roaming, fighting, humping, and spraying, is reduced after neutering. Additionally, neutering your pet will prevent more animals from entering shelters and help with the problem of dog and cat overpopulation.

When a pet is neutered, the testicles are removed during a surgical operation done while the animal is under anaesthetic. To help assure your pet’s safety, we adhere to strict guidelines and keep an eye on his vital signs. For more information, see the descriptions under anaesthesia and patient monitoring.

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Soft Tissue Surgery:

At our clinic, we carry out a variety of soft tissue procedures. Non-bone procedures are ones performed on soft tissue. Pets who have these operations may profit greatly.

The excision of tumours or lumps is perhaps the most frequent soft tissue surgery performed on animals. Some groups may be benign (not hazardous) after removal and testing, but occasionally they are more problematic. If the growth is malignant, early excision and a precise lump diagnosis are essential to your pet’s recovery.

If your dog experiences recurrent ear infections, surgical intervention can lessen their frequency by enhancing airflow into the ear canal.

Several eye-related issues can also be resolved through surgery. An infection could be the cause of your pet’s eyes tearing.

Several eye-related issues can also be resolved through surgery. Tearing in your pet’s eyes could indicate an infection or injury to the cornea, the outer layer of the eye. Surgery might help your pet’s cornea recover more quickly and with fewer scars, which would improve vision. The eyelashes of some animals may harm the cornea. These animals are more comfortable after surgery, which also lowers their risk of developing corneal scarring and improves their vision over the long term.

Veterinary Services

Below are all of the veterinary services we offer at Council Veterinary Hospital. If you have any questions regarding our services, please feel free to call us.