One of the most important health decisions you can make for your pet is to have them spayed or neutered. Not only does it help control the pet population, but it eliminates the risk of testicular cancer and it reduces the risk of breast cancer in female animals. Yes, they are exposed to this too. Neutering also reduces some of those undesirable behaviors that pets instinctually exhibit when the neighbors stop by, but do it early on for it to be the most effective.
Sometimes veterinary surgery is more complex, such as removing masses, bladder stones, c-sections, intestinal blockages or tooth removal (dentals greatly reduce the risk of tooth loss). Whether routine or complex, Dr. Robertson and Dr. Meisner are highly skilled veterinary surgeons with state of the art technology and medicines to make sure that your pet is given the highest level of patient care while at our veterinary clinic.
For surgeries other than soft tissue, 4 Paws has a network of veterinarian specialists to be referred to, if needed.