The highly-skilled veterinarians at Ardmore Animal Hospital are capable of performing a wide range of surgical procedures. Foreign-body removals, torn cruciate ligament repairs and other complicated soft-tissue procedures are regularly performed at our hospital. Our veterinarians frequently take part in continuing education courses, ensuring that your pet benefits from the latest advances in veterinary surgery.
Each member of our veterinary staff at Ardmore Animal Hospital strives to provide as many options for the care of your pet as are available in regards to surgical procedures. When your pet has some sort of injury or ailment, it’s best to have your pet checked out by a veterinarian who has a complete understanding of available treatment options so your pet can concentrate on healing. Since the veterinarian and staff at our animal hospital are continually receiving education and information regarding the newest and best pet surgical procedures, it helps to further maintain the excellent reputation for quality of care and services that this veterinary hospital has provided our pet patients from Ardmore and the Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Radnor, Gladwyne, Wynnewood and Narbeth communities throughout the years.
Because of the high level of education, experience and compassion the vet staff at Ardmore Animal Hospital provides to their clients, each patient will have a surgical plan outlined for them. This begins at the early stages of the original check-up and discussion of surgery to the follow-up after the procedure has been performed to monitor your pet’s recovery. Our attentiveness and thoroughness are here to help you feel more comfortable and be confident that that your pet is in good hands for healing.
At our veterinary hospital in Ardmore, we commonly see pet owners from Ardmore as well as the surrounding areas of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Radnor, Gladwyne, Wynnewood and Narbeth. For those pet owners who are contemplating surgery or some other medical procedure for their pet, we have many options including general anesthesia or local anesthesia for your pets. Depending on the surgical procedure being performed and the temperament of the pet, sedation is not always necessary nor the most comfortable following surgery.
In many cases, the veterinarians may also use non-anesthetic procedures during surgery by utilizing local anesthetic techniques to include nerve blocks and regional anesthetic methods. Our veterinary staff will help to educate and explain the best plan for the future health and comfort of your pet.
To learn more or if you have any questions about veterinary surgery, please call us at (610) 674-6636.
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