At Vets in Endeavour Hills, we are proud to be able to offer our clients and patients a diverse and sophisticated range of diagnostic and treatment services. Our capabilities range from standard check-ups and examinations all the way through to complex, specialised procedures including orthopaedic surgery.

Our Capabilities

Our orthopaedic surgery facilities are state of the art, with surgeries undertaken by fully qualified veterinary surgeons using the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best possible results.  We can perform a range of routine orthopaedic procedures at our clinic including:

  • Simple cruciate repair (de angeles surgery)
  • Complex cruciate repair (TWO)
  • Luxating patella/dislocated knee cap
  • Femoral head and neck excision
  • Simple fracture repair

For more complex injuries and conditions, our veterinarians may refer you to a specialist surgeon at one of our referral hospitals.

If your pet has been scheduled for an orthopaedic procedure, please look at our before and after surgery information page so that you know how to keep your pet comfortable and ensure a speedy recovery.

Pet Care

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