Dog and Cat Surgery in Nashua, NH
When you’re told that your pet needs surgery, it can be a scary time, but it certainly doesn’t have to be. That’s because at All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we meet the highest possible standards with our surgical services as an AAHA-accredited practice. Meeting these standards means any surgical risks can be reduced, allowing your pet to be as safe as possible. We also use advanced monitoring equipment in our state-of-the-art surgical suite, including EKG, Doppler blood pressure, and pulse oximetry on all anesthetized patients. Our experienced veterinary surgeons can perform both soft tissue (spays/neuters, wound care, mass removal, etc.) and orthopedic/advanced surgeries.
Advanced Dog and Cat Surgery
All of our advanced pet surgeries in Nashua are performed by Dr. Reese, DVM, Diplomate ACVS, who was one of the first surgeons in New England to perform TTAs for cranial cruciate ligament repair. Some of the advanced surgeries she performs include:
- Advanced fracture repair
- Brachycephalic airway correction
- Cranial cruciate ligament repair, including TPLO and TTA
- Laryngeal tieback surgery
- Lateral and ventral bulla osteotomy
- Oncologic surgery
- Patella luxation repair
- Persistent right aortic arch surgery
- Skin grafting
- Thoracic duct ligation and cisterna chyli ablation for idiopathic chylothorax
AAHA Surgical Protocols
The following list summarizes AAHA’s surgical protocols that we follow at our animal hospital:
- Dedicated surgical suite to prevent infection and cross-contamination
- Pre-surgical exam and blood work*
- Surgical attire, including caps and masks
- Sterile surgical equipment
*Performing a complete wellness exam and blood test before every surgery allows us to determine if there are any health issues that need to first be treated. These tests also allow us to customize an anesthetic regime for your pet. We offer several anesthetic protocols to meet your pet’s individual needs.
After Your Pet’s Surgery in Nashua
Once your pet’s surgery is complete, we’ll make sure your companion can recover as quickly and safely as possible. We provide pain management medications, as needed, and are always available to answer any questions you have during this recovery time. We’re just a phone call away. We’ll have your pet back to his/her old self in no time! If you’d like to schedule your pet’s surgery, contact us at 603-882-0494.