Hometown Animal Hospital

17100 Royal Palm Blvd - Weston, Florida 33326
Phone: (954) 349-5800 - View Map | Send to phone

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Hometown Animal Hospital Performs Surgery for your dog and cat

Spay Neuter Surgery

Hometown Animal Hospital Veterinarian
Hometown Animal Hospital

During your pet's life, he or she might need a surgical procedure as part of health care. Hometown Animal Hospital is one of the top 25% animal care facilities certified by the American Animal Hospital Association in the country. At Hometown Animal Hospital, we are equipped and trained to perform most surgical procedures on dogs and cats. We communicate with you before surgery so you understand all treatment options and each step of the surgical process, after surgery to keep you fully informed about your pet's surgery and to keep you informed of your pet's progress and recovery.

Before surgery, we perform a thorough physical exam and diagnostics. During surgery, your pet is closely monitored by the doctor and a knowledgeable, veterinary assistant using state of the art monitoring equipment.

Our surgical services for your dog and cat, include:

  • Laser surgery
  • Laser declawing
  • Spay and neuter surgery
  • Oral/periodontal surgery
  • Abdominal Surgery
  • Tumor Removal
  • Lacerations and abscesses
  • Ear/eye surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Arthroscopic Surgery (on call)
  • Comprehensive pain management before, during and after surgery
  • ECG blood pressure monitoring

Pain Management

Keeping your pet as comfortable as possible is important to us. Therefore, your dog and cat will receive pre-op and post-op pain control to keep your pet comfortable and aid in his or her healing process. We may prescribe at home pain medication as well, to keep your pet comfortable during his at-home recovery.

Spay and Neutering

Due to the high pet population and health risks we recommend female dogs and cats be spayed by 6 months of age and male dogs and cats neutered by 6- 9 months of age.

Laser surgery

Laser surgery minimizes bleeding, reduces pain and swelling and promotes more rapid healing. When your pet undergoes laser surgery, he or she will recover more quickly and face less post-operative pain. Laser surgery also is more precise and greatly reduces the risk of infection.

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