Roncy Village Veterinary Clinic is equipped to provide a wide range of surgical services and procedures for your feline and canine companions. Sometimes, it's preventive surgery, such as a spay or neuter to prevent pregnancy. Other times, surgery is required to alleviate a problem like an intestinal blockage (usually caused by pets swallowing a foreign object) or to remove bladder stones or tumours. For more complicated or intricate surgeries, we are associated with a board-certified veterinary surgical specialist. To learn more about our surgical services, feel free to call us at 416-538-8387.
Do all surgical procedures require pets to be given anesthesia?
Yes, almost all surgical procedures require your pet to be given a general anesthetic. This renders them unconscious while we perform the surgery. Our veterinarians and veterinary nurses are experts in safe anesthetic practices and procedures tailored to your pet's age, health status, weight, and previous health history. To ensure your pet's comfort and safety, a small blood sample is taken before surgery to ensure your pet is healthy and strong enough to receive anesthesia.
What measures do you take to care for pets during surgical procedures?
We take great pride in the way we ensure your pet's complete comfort and safety before, during, and after surgery. All pets are given an IV (intravenous) catheter and receive IV fluids during their procedure, allowing us to quickly and easily administer medication if needed. Your pet will be cared for by our expert team and monitored for blood pressure, heart, respiratory rate, depth of anesthesia, and the amount of oxygen in their bloodstream. We also care deeply about pain management and ensure your pet is comfortable and stress-free during the entire procedure.
What kind of surgeries are performed at the clinic?
Some of the most common surgical procedures we offer are:
- Spay and neuter surgeries
- Lump removals
- Soft tissue surgeries
- Orthopedic surgeries