When your pet needs surgery – we understand how concerned pet owners like you can be. We want to answer questions about what you and your pet should expect. We take great pride in caring for, monitoring and treating your pet as we would treat our own pets.
Veterinary medicine is as advanced as human medicine. We use modern anesthesia protocols that consist of very safe drugs and monitoring equipment. During anesthesia and surgery we use progressive equipment that carefully and constantly monitors your pet’s heart rate, respirations, blood pressure, electrocardiograms (EKG) and temperature. We carefully observe your pet for any signs of discomfort and aggressively treat pain. We also offer state-of-the-art laser surgery which decreases post-operative pain, minimizes bleeding and reduces the risk of infection.
Learn more about What to Expect Before Your Pet’s Surgery at Granville Veterinary Clinic.
Surgeries commonly performed on dogs and cats at Granville Veterinary Clinic include (not not limited to):
Spay (also known as ovariohysterectomy)
Neuter (also known as castration)
Bladder stone removal (cystotomy)
Mass, tumor and polyp removal
Foreign body removal (gastrotomy, enterotomy or resection/anastomosis)
Mammary gland removal (mastectomy)
Abdominal exploratory and biopsy collection
Spleen removal (splenectomy)
We look forward to serving you and your pet on the upcoming surgery day, and for years to come. Please call us (740) 587-1129 to schedule an appointment or to answer any questions.