Surgery

Just like humans, your cat or dog might someday need to have surgery performed on them for a variety of reasons. Although it can be a scary experience, your pet undergoing surgery is necessary, and you can have peace of mind knowing that our veterinarian is trained to provide the best surgical care for your pet.

At Kinetic Pets, our veterinarian team is here to help your pets through their pet surgery experience. We're here to answer all questions our Ocala, FL, community might have, and are here to guide pet owners every step of the way.

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Why Does My Pet Need Pet Surgery?

Pet surgery is common and can be provided for a range of health issues or even as elective surgery.

Some of the most common elective pet surgery procedures include:

  • Spaying of a female cat or dog
  • Neutering of a male cat or dog
  • Dental extractions
  • Removal of benign (meaning non-cancerous) skin growths

Although these surgeries are considered elective procedures, they can greatly improve the overall health of your cat or dog. For instance, neutering and spaying can help correct certain behavioral issues, as well as prevent cancers in the reproductive system. This includes testicular cancer and breast cancers, as well as prostate cancer.

Other types of emergency or non-elective surgeries that your pet might need include:

  • Surgery due to trauma and internal injuries
  • Amputation of the front or hind limb due to infection or trauma
  • Removal of cancerous growths
  • Removal of intestinal obstructions
  • Repair of muscle injuries such as ACL tears

How Our Veterinarian Can Help

Only a trained veterinarian will be able to perform both elective and non-elective surgeries. They will be able to administer the appropriate dose of anesthesia to ensure your pet stays comfortable throughout the surgery.

During pre-operative and post-operative care, our veterinarian will also help provide you with valuable information and treatment to help your pet recover quickly. They might also offer medication after surgery, such as anti-biotics to prevent infection or other medications to reduce anxiety in your pet. 

There are many factors to consider before and after surgery. Our veterinarian will help you make the best decision when it comes to your pet's health. They will inform you of how important it will be to conduct surgery, and help you explore treatment options for your pet.

Reach Out to Us at Kinetic Pets for Pet Surgery Care Today

Don't wait until your pet's health declines and get them the pet care and pet surgery they need to live long and happy lives! Call us at Kinetic Pets to set up an appointment at our Ocala, FL, clinic at (352) 553-2774.

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Monday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday
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