Endeavour Hills Veterinary Surgery and Animal Hospital
As part of our commitment to providing our clients with the highest possible standard of veterinary care, our Endeavour Hills clinic includes onsite animal hospital and recovery facilities. Having these facilities onsite not only enable us to perform all of the standard surgical procedures your pet is likely to need over the course of their life, being in a familiar place also takes a lot of the stress out of undergoing surgery for pets and their owners.
Our animal hospital includes:
- A team of experienced veterinary surgeons and nurses
- Clean, quiet and fully equipped surgical and recovery facilities
- Pathology lab and imaging technology for diagnostics
- Optional pre-anaesthetic blood testing
Veterinary surgeries performed onsite
Vets in Endeavour Hills offer a number of different surgical procedures at our onsite animal hospital including:
De-sexing is by far the most common surgery performed at our Endeavour Hills clinic. We recommend that dogs and cats of both sexes undergo this procedure to prevent unwanted litters and reduce the likelihood of some health problems later in life. Vets in Endeavour Hills recommend booking your pet in for the procedure when they are 5-6 months old.
In addition to de-sexing, our Endeavour Hills veterinary hospital is equipped to treat a number of other soft tissue problems. Some of the procedures we provide include ear and mouth surgery, abscess surgery and skin biopsies.
We offer a number of orthopedic surgeries designed to treat common musculoskeletal health conditions and injuries such as fractions and dislocations as well as cruciate problems.
Although the veterinary surgeries we perform at our Endeavour Hills animal hospital are relatively safe and have a high success rate, there are still some risks associated with undergoing anaesthesia. To minimize the risks associated with anaesthesia, we recommend a pre-anaesthetic blood test which is available as an optional extra for our surgery patients. These tests check organ function and often uncover pre-existing health conditions which affect how your pet responds to anaesthetic.