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Animal Soft Tissue Surgery

Soft tissue surgery is simply any surgery not related to bones or joints. It ranges from routine elective procedures such as spays and neuters to much more complicated intra-abdominal surgeries. If careful evaluation shows that your pet is in need of soft tissue surgery, Animal Medical Care’s team of veterinarians and veterinarian technicians will strive to make your pet's procedure as safe and comfortable as possible before, during, and after the surgery.

In order to manage your pet's pain during a soft tissue surgery, we use the safest and most effective anesthesia and analgesia. Our veterinarians and technicians will closely monitor your pet's vitals throughout the process.

When should I bring my pet to Animal Medical Care?

If you notice the following signs, you should bring your pet in for a checkup. Our team of qualified veterinarians will conduct an examination and determine the best course of action for the pet's well-being.

Signs that indicate a Soft Tissue issue in your pet:        

  • Abnormal lumps and bumps that you can see or feel
  • Weight loss
  • Straining to urinate
  • Vomiting
  • Shaking head or painful ears

Our AAHA accredited hospital has all the tools necessary to diagnose and treat soft tissue problems in dogs or cats.

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