Setting the Standard in Pet Surgery
For pet owners, there are few things more stressful than having to put their beloved companion through surgery; we understand how difficult it can be to make that choice. Here at our AAHA-accredited animal hospital in Marinette, we believe in educating our clients and talking them through the process to put their minds at ease. Pet surgery doesn’t have to be a nerve-racking experience, and with our state-of-the-art equipment and exceptional veterinary team, you can rest assured that your four-legged family member is in good hands.
At Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, we utilize only the most advanced and reliable tools to provide our patients with outstanding care. We perform a variety of soft-tissue surgeries and orthopedic surgeries, and utilize our CO2 surgical laser in certain procedures to reduce pain and bleeding in delicate areas.
Our Surgical Services
From the routine spay and neuter to more complex procedures, there is very little our medical team in Marinette can’t do to meet your pet’s surgery needs. Below, our list of surgeries includes, but is not limited to:
- Spay & neuter
- Mass removal
- Bladder stones
- Anal gland removal
- Cherry eye
- Foreign body removal
- Exploratory surgery
- Head & neck recession
- Laser declawing
- Bilateral hip dysplasia
- ACL repair (anterior cruciate ligament)
- Fracture repair
- Bone plating
- Joint pin repair
Pet laser surgery is a cutting-edge technique that yields many benefits for patients, including:
- Reduced bleeding (seals small blood vessels)
- Reduced pain (seals nerve endings & lymphatics)
- Reduced infection risk (produces sterilizing effect)
- Reduced recovery time
We do not recommend laser surgery for exploratory surgery or other soft-tissue procedures. The CO2 laser is best suited for:
- Eye surgeries
- Perianal & colorectal tumors
- Anal sacculectomy
- Deep mass removal
- Perianal fistulas
Your Pet’s Safety is Our Priority
Being AAHA-accredited means that we meet the highest standards in veterinary medicine. This translates through all areas of our practice, including surgery. Your pet’s safety and comfort is our main priority at all times, and we work hard to exceed those standards. Before performing surgery on any patient, pre-anesthetic blood work is recommended or required (depending on age and health) to ensure that they can safely metabolize the anesthetic. All patients are closely monitored by a caring veterinary assistant through their entire surgical procedure.
All of our surgical tools and equipment meet or exceed AAHA standards. We will not perform surgeries on sick pets or pets we haven’t seen for a preliminary exam. If you have any questions about our surgery policies or services, or would like to schedule a pre-surgical consultation, please call us at (715) 735-9511.