Pet surgeries

The need for surgery can be an intimidating part of caring for your friend and companion, but it is a common occurrence that most owners face at various points during their pet's life. When your pet does need surgery, rest assured that he or she will be receiving the best and safest veterinary care possible from our doctors and staff. All of our patients receive a pre-surgical exam and blood work prior to anesthesia to ensure that their body systems are functioning properly and they are well enough to undergo an anesthetic procedure. We use anesthetic protocols and our monitoring equipment is unparalleled for patient safety. Our wireless, full-screen monitors constantly display each patient's heart rate, EKG, respiration, blood oxygen saturation, respiratory CO2, and core body temperature throughout each surgical procedure. Also, a highly trained veterinary nurse is always on hand to monitor your pet's anesthesia while our veterinarians perform surgery. These safeguards allow us to treat even older patients with complicated medical conditions with great safety. At Bay Glen Animal Hospital, we are proud of our investment in technology and cutting-edge anesthetic monitoring equipment. It allows us to provide you and your pet with the best possible care when the need arises.

Our clinic has a state-of-the art surgical suite where our veterinarians perform all common procedures, including:

Surgery Services

  • Surgical Sterilization
  • Surgical Extraction
  • Spay & Neuter
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Pathology
  • Microchip Services
  • General Surgery

Our experienced and highly qualified doctors have extensive experience and training in providing surgical care for more than 25 years. We perform a wide range of surgical services, from routine elective surgeries such as spays, neuters, and growth removals, to more complex procedures, such as abdominal exploratories, cystotomies (bladder stone removal), and orthopedic fracture repairs. All of our surgical patients receive pre-operative and post-surgical pain control to ensure they have minimal discomfort during the procedure and upon recovery. We also work closely with several referral surgical practices for specialized care, such as total hip replacements, arthroscopic joint surgery, and neurosurgery, and are happy to advise you on the best options for referral specialty care. Our goal is to combine surgical expertise with a total commitment to ensuring your pet's safety and pain-free recovery when he or she needs surgical care at our hospital.