A Cut Above

Soft tissue surgery for dogs and cats.

Slide If your pet’s condition must be addressed with surgery, you will have many questions about the procedure, the process, and the price. We are happy to help you fully understand the surgery your pet may need, and the basis of our recommendation. Whether it is a spay/neuter or a cruciate ligament repair, we will provide you with all the necessary information to help you make the best possible decision. Our cat and dog surgeries are performed by compassionate professionals in a cutting-edge facility, and your pet will receive personalized, expert care from pre-surgical exam to recovery. Call us today at (703) 256-8414. Example Title

Surgical Services

Our veterinarians in Annandale have the knowledge and expertise to perform oral, soft-tissue, and orthopedic cat and dog surgeries. These include the following:

Soft-Tissue

  • Spaying & neutering
  • Cystotomy
  • Exploratory surgery
  • Tumor removal
  • Bloat surgery
  • Foreign body
  • Bloat surgery

Orthopedic

  • TightRope CCL knee repair
  • Bone fracture repair (internal/external fixation)
  • Extracapsular repair

Oral

  • Tooth extractions
  • Jaw fracture repair
  • Oral tumor removals

Surgical Services

Our veterinarians in Annandale have the knowledge and expertise to perform oral, soft-tissue, and orthopedic cat and dog surgeries. These include the following:

Soft-Tissue

  • Spay & neuter
  • Cystotomy
  • Exploratory surgery
  • Tumor removals
  • Bloat surgery
  • Foreign body

Orthopedic

  • TightRope CCL knee repairs
  • Bone fracture repair (internal/external fixation)
  • Extracapsular repair

Oral

  • Tooth extractions
  • Jaw fracture repairs
  • Oral tumor removals

Slide Veterinary Surgery Safety Your pet’s safety is always our priority, and we take many steps to keep them comfortable and stable during their procedure. Before their surgery, a full physical exam and pre-surgical testing are performed to help us check for any health issues that could cause complications. If we detect any signs of illness in your pet, we will postpone their surgery and focus on treating them first. We also require your pet to be up-to-date on their core vaccinations before their surgery.

During surgery, your pet will receive IV fluids and medications as needed, along with a heated water blanket to maintain their body temperature (which we will check every 20 minutes). An experienced technician will always be standing by to monitor your pet’s pulse, heart rate, and blood pressure, and will stay by their side until they awaken from anesthesia.

To learn more about our cat and dog surgeries in Annandale or to schedule a procedure for your four-legged friend, please call us at (703) 256-8414.