County Line Animal Hospital provides surgical services for dogs and cats. We offer a clean and well-equipped facility and experienced team to provide your pet with high-quality surgical care in a stress-free and relaxing environment.
Our team of veterinarians and technicians are experienced with a range of surgeries. All of our procedures include a thorough pre-surgical physical examination by a veterinarian, surgical monitoring, and lots of care and attention throughout the day.
In addition to spaying and neutering, we also offer the following surgeries:
Soft Tissue Surgery
DO NOT FEED your pet after midnight the evening prior to the surgery. This includes treats. Your pet can drink FRESH WATER ONLY the morning of the procedure until arrival at the hospital.
Surgery patients must be admitted to the hospital between 8:00 and 8:30 am.
Once home from a surgical procedure, notify our staff if any of the following occurs:
- Excessive swelling or discharge from the incision site.
- Your pet shows signs of acute illness (repeated vomiting, depression, etc.)
- Bleeding becomes evident and tends to persist.
- Your pet chews excessively at the incision, splint, or cast. In this case, an E-collar may be necessary.
- Sutures are lost or removed from incision site.
- Bandages or splints become wet or slippage occurs.
- Any other symptoms that you feel are not normal.
Why we are the best choice for your pet's surgical needs
Many pet owners are curious about what is involved when their pet is placed under anesthesia. At County Line Animal Hospital, your pet's safety and comfort are our top priority so you can be sure that your pet will receive only the best and safest anesthetic and surgical care.
Our procedures include the following:
- Pre-Anesthetic Blood Work—ensures your pet is healthy enough to undergo a surgical procedure and that its internal organs can safely process the anesthesia.
- Safe Anesthesia—a very safe anesthetic gas which is also used in human pediatric medicine.
- Experienced Monitoring Support—our trained technicians use state-of-the-art anesthetic monitors to continuously monitor your pet's pulse rate, oxygen levels and blood pressure.
- IV Catheter Placement—fluids are given during surgery to maintain blood pressure and to help your pet recover quickly from the anesthesia.
- Pain Medication—is administered prior to and after surgery to ensure your pet's comfort.