Surgical Excellence for Dogs and Cats

American Animal Hospital Association Accredited
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Flowers Mill Veterinary Hospital focuses on soft tissue surgery. For any orthopedic or emergency surgeries, we have a number of relationships with nearby specialists and offer referrals.

Surgeries we perform and excel in include:

More and more, we see dental care as the practice of “good medicine.” Addressing dental and periodontal health is a key component of a preventive health care program. Should your pet require surgical cleaning or dental surgery, you are in skilled hands at Flowers Mill Veterinary Hospital.

Another area of surgical excellence for Flowers Mill Veterinary Hospital is declawing. While declawing has fallen into disfavor in some arenas, we offer a safe and comfortable procedure. Done properly, declawing is fairly painless and does not adversely impact cat’s life. However, it is critical that declaws are performed on indoor-only cats, under 10 lbs. and up to one year of age.

Outstanding and Dedicated Pet Care Before, During, and After Surgery

To ensure a safe procedure, one week before the scheduled surgery we perform blood work and a thorough exam. Dependent on the age and condition of the pet, we will develop an individualized protocol. EKGs and x-rays may be utilized and, in some cases, we will consult with a cardiologist. The safest anesthetics and procedures will be used. Careful monitoring by the best equipment will be employed. After surgery, we will develop a post-op plan, which will include directions on crating, monitoring, and what to do if vomiting or side effects occur. You will want to monitor your pet, keep activity low, and avoid excessive licking of the incision or surgical site.

"I want to thank you for the wonderful, kind care you gave my beloved Chili throughout the years. I have always known that each time we came through your doors, both Chili and I would receive the best care possible. The fabulous office staff always knew Chili and greeted us both by name and the amazing nurses never failed to give her their most gentle, yet professional attention."

— Lauren Gray