Battle Ground Veterinary Clinic performs a wide range of surgeries. Appointments are available Tuesday-Thursday. Appointments fill up fast, so call today to schedule your pet's surgery!
Routine surgeries performed at Battle Ground Veterinary Clinic generally go home the night of surgery or the next day. These include:
Minor/Small Growth Removal(s)
Dental Prophylaxis +/- Oral Extraction(s)
Front paw declaw
More advanced surgeries generally require a longer period of hospitalization as well as special care measures at home. Orthopedic surgeries generally require physical rehabilitation to ensure the appropriate healing and return to function. More advanced surgeries performed at Battle Ground Veterinary Clinic include:
Soft Tissue Surgeries
Urinary bladder surgery for bladder stones (cystotomy)
Gastrointestinal foreign body surgery
Abdominal surgery for biopsies (exploratory laparotomy)
Aural Hematoma Repair
Large Mass Removal (case dependent)
Cranial cruciate ligament extracapsular repair
Luxating patella repair
Femoral head and neck ostectomy
We perform many of our surgeries with a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser in place of a traditional scalpel blade. Use of a laser minimizes the tearing, crushing, and bruising of tissue. This allows for less pain, bleeding, swelling, and redness post-operatively, reduces the risk of infection, and helps your pet feel more comfortable.
Our requirements and recommendations for surgery decrease potential surgical complications and protect our patients and our staff.
Dogs: We require a current Rabies vaccine, Distemper vaccine, and heartworm test.
Cats: We require a current Rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, and FeLV test.
Dogs: We recommend the Leptospirosis vaccine, Bordetella vaccine, Canine Influenza vaccine and Lyme vaccine.
Cats: We recommend the FeLV vaccine.
Both: Fecal testing and pre-anesthetic bloodwork are recommended to ensure overall health before anesthetizing our patients.
Please contact us to schedule your surgery today!