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Some pets end up needing surgery at some point during their life due to an illness or injury. Many pets undergo a very common procedure when they are spayed or neutered. At Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital, we offer simple and more complicated animal surgery for cats and dogs in the Charlotte area.
If your cat or dog needs pet surgery, we offer a wide range of procedures at our animal hospital in Quail Hollow. We have a board-certified veterinary surgeon available to perform these procedures, including more advanced ones, so you do not have to worry about getting a referral for your pet. Our facility has state-of-the-art equipment and knowledgeable nurses on hand to watch over your pet and monitor their vital signs. We ensure your pet stays safe before the procedure, during and after.
At Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital, we offer soft tissue surgeries and orthopedic surgeries that range from simple procedures to highly complex ones.
When pets have surgery at our animal hospital, we do blood work and examine them to ensure that they are healthy and not at risk of major complications. After this step, we administer anesthesia and closely monitor vital signs before, during and after surgery. Our veterinarian will provide you with instructions to follow before you bring your pet in for surgery, as well as information on what to expect when surgery is finished.
If your pet needs a soft tissue or orthopedic surgery, contact us for veterinary in Quail Hollow. Our veterinarian will check your pet and assess their condition before recommending a surgical procedure.
Whether your pet needs spaying or neutering or a procedure for an injury or illness, we have the state-of-the-art equipment and expertise needed to perform these surgeries safely.