Pet Surgery Algonquin, IL
We know how stressful it can be when your pet needs a surgical procedure, and we’ll be there every step of the way to ensure that you feel comfortable. We’ll make sure you have the complete picture of everything that will happen pre, during, and post-operation, and be sure to answer any and all questions that you have. We want to make sure that you trust your pet’s care in our capable, trustworthy hands.
We Offer a Wide Range of Veterinary Surgery Options
Our facilities are equipped with the most cutting-edge tools and techniques for performing a wide variety of veterinary surgeries, from the routine to the more complex. Our doctors can perform a variety of surgeries to keep pets healthy.
Pet Spay and Neuter
At Animal Care Clinic, we believe in the importance of neutering or spaying cats and dogs. Ideally, a spay or neuter is done early in life. We recommend spaying and neutering at 6 months of age but will make recommendations based on each individual pet. This safe pet surgery can provide them with a long and healthy life. You can rest assured your companion is in good hands, as our doctors perform these surgeries regularly.
In addition to preventing overpopulation, there are many additional long-term health benefits this procedure has for your pets. Spaying your female dogs and cats will reduce the risk of uterus infections and breast tumors and eliminate heat cycles. Neutering male dogs and cats reduces territorial behavior such as excessive urination, decreases risk of testicular or prostate cancer, and eliminates the desire to leave the house and wander.
Spayed and neutered pets can live a longer, healthier life.
Soft Tissue Pet Surgery
- Spay and neuter
- Foreign body removal
- Bladder surgery (cystotomy)
- Exploratory surgery
- Soft palate surgery
- Nares surgery (correction of narrow nostrils)
- Liver biopsy via laparoscopic surgery
- Cryotherapy for skin tag removal
Orthopedic Pet Surgery
- Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO)
- Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) repair
- Bone plating and pinning
- Amputations (as needed)
Your Pet’s Safety Comes First
Before every surgery, we perform a complete physical exam and blood work to ensure that our patients are healthy and ready for their procedure. Next, we take several important steps to prepare our patients and keep them comfortable during and after their surgery:
- IV catheterization for giving fluids and medications
- Appropriate pain management, including nerve blocks and non–steroidals
- Monitoring of EKG, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, temperature and respiratory rate
- Close observation after surgery to make sure the patient awakens safely