Surgical Procedures We Offer
Our hospital is ready to help you and your dogs and cats with a variety of surgical procedures. Some of the most common surgeries that we perform include:
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair: Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy – TPLO
Perineal Urethrostomy – PU
Medial Luxating Patella – MPL
Complicated Fracture Repair
Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome – BAS Corrective Surgery
Laryngeal Tie Back Procedure
Total Ear Canal Ablation
Abdominal Exploratory Surgery
Once you have consulted with your primary care veterinarian and they have referred your pet to our surgical team, you can call Monday through Friday 8am-5pm to schedule an appointment. If our surgical coordinator is unavailable at those times, you may be asked to leave your name and phone number so we can schedule an appointment for you when they are available.
Initial consultations last for 60 minutes, and rechecks last for 30 minutes, depending on the case's severity. Our surgeon will review the medical records and radiographs before examination of your pet, and at that time will develop a surgical plan.
We will provide you with a surgical treatment plan that will detail your pet's surgical and post-operative care. If you agree with the surgical plan, we can schedule the surgery within a week of the consultation, and in some cases, as early as the day after. For emergency surgeries, we will perform them on the same day.
Why choose ARISE Veterinary Center?
Our facility has fully equipped surgical suites, a fully equipped intensive-care-unit (ICU), and surgical recovery unit so that we can attend to your pet’s every need.
We formulate an anesthesia plan that is tailored specifically to your pet's condition and monitoring before, during, and after surgery.
We have a team of highly qualified surgical nurses and our board-certified surgeon will provide the best surgical care for your pet.
Before your pet goes home, we will thoroughly review instructions for at-home care. We will provide reliable follow-up and communication with your family veterinarian. Still have questions concerning your pet’s condition and surgery? Contact a member of our surgical team at (480) 746-6600