Skilled Pet Surgeons in the Durham and Chapel Hill Area
At Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care, it is our mission to provide the best quality care in the safest conditions possible. Our veterinarians and technicians continuously research and train to remain well-informed of all the latest practices and technology so we can handle all of your pet’s surgical needs. And, for more complicated or intricate surgeries, we consult with a veterinary surgical specialist who also performs any complex orthopedic procedures.
Surgical Services We Offer
At Park Veterinary Hospital & Urgent Care, our experienced veterinarians offer a full spectrum of surgical procedures, including:
- Spays and neuters
- Bladder surgery
- Lump removal
- Skin surgery
- Exploratory surgery
- Cancer surgery
- Eyelid surgery
- Skin fold surgery
- Foreign body removal
- Knee surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Ear surgery
- Intestinal surgery
Whether your pet needs routine or emergency surgery, he or she will be carefully monitored in our state-of-the-art surgical suite. Our veterinarians and technicians will track your pet’s vitals, such as his or her blood pressure, temperature, pulse, EKG, and oxygen, respiration, and carbon dioxide levels. Careful monitoring is extremely important because it enables us to ensure that we administer the right amount of anesthesia to maintain your pet’s stability throughout the procedure.
Caring for Your Pet After Surgery
Immediately after the procedure, we will carefully observe your pet to ensure they remain stable and any pain is managed. Once they are ready to return home, we will provide detailed instructions for post-operative care including how to best manage your pet’s pain, any activity restrictions, and how to care for incision sites or bandages. We will remain in close contact with you to answer any questions and ensure that your pet is recovering as he or she should.
Our mission is to make sure pet owners are well-informed regarding pre- and post-surgical care. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.