Quality Pet Surgery in Ontario
Pet surgeries can be stressful for both you and your pet. Whether the procedure is routine or an emergency, pet surgeries can be a lot to handle. At Eglinton Dufferin Animal Clinic in Ontario, we know how important your pet is to you. That is why our team is ready to provide the best quality of surgery your pet may need. We offer an array of surgical procedures including soft tissue surgery, dental, and spay and neuter surgeries.
Common Pet Emergencies
Common pet emergencies that require surgery usually involve being hit by a car or accidents similar to that. Your pet might have broken bones or internal injuries that we will need to fix right away. Animal attacks might also require surgery depending on the severity. A pet may need surgery for a mass that forms on his or her body. The mass could be benign or could be cancerous. That’s why it is important to remove the mass regardless. If a pet swallows a foreign object, his or her digestive system could become blocked and would need surgery to remove it.
Care for Your Pet After Surgery
Caring for your pet after surgery will depend on the pet’s age and condition, as well as the surgery your pet had. Your pet will likely be tired after surgery for the next 12-24 hours, so it’s important to let them rest. Because surgery can be invasive, even if it’s small, confining them will allow them to rest and limit their level of activity. If your pet moves too much after surgery, the wound may not heal properly.
The amount of activity you will have to limit depends on the surgery your pet has. Make sure to ask our team what treatment is best for your pet. When confining your pet, keep them comfortable with bedding or blankets. The enclosure should be big enough, so your pet can move around in a circle. Spending time with your pet to keep them comfortable will also help. Making sure you are giving your pet their prescribed medications will help them rest. You should not have to do anything with the incision, but make sure it is healing properly and watch for signs of infection. Our team will tell you what to watch out for when it comes to swelling or bruising following the procedure.
Find Out How We Can Help
Contact our team to see how we can help your pet stay happy and healthy. Our staff at Eglinton Dufferin Animal Clinic in Ontario has the experience and knowledge to provide your pet with the latest surgical techniques for the best quality of treatment during and after your pet’s surgery. Contact us today to see how we can help your pet live a happy and healthy life.