Your Pet’s Comfort and Safety

We understand that surgery can be a stressful experience for both you and your pet. Rest assured, our dedicated team is here to provide exceptional care, support, and expertise throughout the process.

Our commitment is to ensure the well-being and comfort of your beloved companion, from routine procedures like spaying and neutering to complex surgeries such as tumor removals. We offer a range of surgical services tailored to the unique needs of your pet, all conducted in a state-of-the-art animal hospital and spay & neuter clinic in Clayton.

important questions to ask about your pet’s surgery

  • How long will the surgery take?
  • How long will they have to stay in the hospital?
  • How quickly will my pet be back to normal?
puppy at the spay & neuter clinic in Clayton

Surgeries include (but are not limited to):

  • Spaying and Neutering: Spaying (for females) and neutering (for males) not only help control the pet population but also offer numerous health and behavioral benefits for your furry friend.

  • Declawing: While we prioritize alternatives to declawing, we offer this procedure when it is deemed medically necessary or in the best interest of the pet.

  • Ear Crops: For specific breeds, ear cropping is an elective procedure we provide, carried out with the utmost care and precision.

  • Tumor Removals: Early detection and surgical removal of tumors are crucial for your pet’s health. Our team is equipped to perform these procedures and provide necessary follow-up care.

  • Soft Tissue Surgeries: From mass removals to exploratory surgeries, we have the expertise to address various soft tissue conditions.

  • Dental Surgery: Dental health is essential, and we perform oral surgeries to address issues such as extractions and periodontal disease.

  • Orthopedic Surgeries: We offer orthopedic procedures to address issues like fractures and ligament injuries.

  • Emergency Surgeries: Our clinic is prepared to handle critical and emergency surgeries to ensure your pet receives immediate care.

Cutting-Edge Solutions

We offer several advanced surgery solutions so you can rest easy knowing your pet is being taken care of as part of our comprehensive suite of cutting-edge treatments.

Cryoprobe Freezing For Pets

Cryoprobe freezing, also known as cryosurgery, is a cutting-edge medical technique that is making a significant impact in the field of veterinary care. At Plantation Park Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer this innovative solution to our pet-loving community.

Cryoprobe freezing is a non-invasive, precise, and highly effective method for treating various dermatological issues and other conditions in pets. In this section, we’ll explore the details of this advanced procedure, its applications, and why it is becoming a preferred choice for pet owners seeking minimally invasive yet highly successful treatment options for their beloved companions.

Cryosurgery is a versatile technique that can address various dermatological issues and growths in pets, including:

  • Skin Tumors: Cryoprobe freezing is an excellent method for treating benign or malignant skin tumors in pets. It offers a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery, reducing the risk of complications and ensuring a quicker recovery.
  • Warts and Papillomas: Unsightly and uncomfortable warts or papillomas can be effectively treated with cryosurgery, providing relief to your pet and improving their overall quality of life.
  • Lesions and Skin Tags: Skin lesions and tags, often seen in aging pets, can be easily removed through cryoprobe freezing, improving comfort and mobility.
  • Oral Growth Removal: Cryosurgery is also a valuable tool for addressing oral growths, particularly in cats, offering a minimally invasive method for addressing dental and oral health issues.

Electrocautery in Veterinary Medicine

Electrocautery is a medical procedure that employs the application of a high-frequency electrical current to precisely cut, coagulate, or remove tissue. In the hands of our experienced veterinary team, this technique allows us to perform intricate procedures with remarkable accuracy and minimal disruption to surrounding healthy tissue.

Electrocautery is versatile, and its applications in veterinary medicine are wide-ranging:

  • Tumor Removal: One of the primary uses of electrocautery is the precise removal of tumors and growths. This technique minimizes damage to surrounding healthy tissue and reduces the risk of complications.
  • Wound Closure: Electrocautery is employed for sealing blood vessels and tissue during surgery, facilitating quicker wound closure and less bleeding.
  • Dental Procedures: It is often used in oral and dental surgeries to remove growths, address periodontal disease, and perform other delicate procedures.
  • Skin Lesions: Electrocautery can effectively remove warts, skin tags, and other skin lesions in pets, improving their comfort and appearance.

Aftercare and Recovery

After surgery, our commitment to your pet’s well-being continues. We provide detailed instructions for post-operative care and are always available to address any questions or concerns you may have. Our goal is to make the recovery process as smooth and stress-free as possible for both you and your furry companion.

At Plantation Park Animal Hospital, we approach each surgical procedure with the same level of care and compassion that we would for our own pets. Your pet’s health, safety, and comfort are our top priorities. If you have questions or are considering a surgical procedure for your pet, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to provide guidance and support every step of the way. Call to learn more about our animal hospital and spay & neuter clinic in Clayton, NC!

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