Over the course of your pet’s life, there is a good chance that they will need to undergo a soft tissue surgery. With state of the art facilities and an experienced team of veterinary surgeons, our clinic has the skills and resources necessary to perform these procedures onsite.

The most common types of soft tissue surgery we perform at Vets in Endeavour Hills include:

  • Castrations (male de-sexing)
  • Speys (female de-sexing)
  • Skin tumour removals
  • Ear surgery
  • Skin biopsies
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Oral surgery
  • Abscess surgery
  • Anal gland surgery/removal

Our clinic puts the health of it’s patients above everything else, so rest assured your pet will receive the highest possible standard of care before, during and after the procedure. Soft tissue surgeries are generally day procedures and you should be able to take your pet home in the afternoon. One of our staff will be in contact with you as soon as your pet wakes up.

If your pet is booked in for soft tissue surgery at our clinic, we recommend reading our information page on before and after surgery care so you know what to expect and how to care for your pet once you bring them home.

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