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May 08 2022
Soft-tissue surgery encompasses a wide range of procedures involving masses, tumors, internal organs, hernias, and defects.
These procedures include everything outside of the neurological system, bones, muscles, joints, and muscles. Here at Canton Animal Hospital, we perform a variety of soft tissue surgeries, ranging from mass removals and laceration repair to complex surgeries. These procedures also include oncological, cardiothoracic, gastrointestinal, skin, urogenital, and hepatic disorders. In the case of emergencies, we do our best to stay on call to perform procedures related to internal bleeding, bite wounds, bloating and more.
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What to expect with soft-tissue surgery at CAH
Our veterinarians adhere to the highest standard of care for all surgical procedures. Our doctors place the uppermost priority on pain management to ensure that your pet is safe and comfortable throughout the entire surgical procedure (pre-peri, and post-operation). Care doesn’t stop at pre-operative care, we ensure that pet parents are instructed with all pre-surgical dietary restrictions, and procedural updates, and have the correct paperwork filed to make the surgery day less stressful. All vaccination requirements and pre-surgery administrative needs are handled seamlessly with hospital staff. After surgery, our technicians monitor the patient until fully awake.
Prioritizing post-operative care for best outcomes
Your pet may experience mild, moderate, or severe pain after soft-tissue surgery, for which reason your veterinary team employs both preventative and multimodal pain management techniques and protocols to help your pet heal with the magnitude of surgical trauma they may experience. These protocols require different degrees of care depending on the severity of the surgical procedure needed. Depending on the nature of your pet’s condition and especially in the case of major soft-tissue surgeries, your pet will stay at the hospital under supervised care. If your pet is sick, needs intensive care or experiences any surgical complications, a longer stay may be necessary prior to discharge. At the time of discharge, our team will walk you through a multitude of post-operative care procedures that you can monitor at home as well as any other recommendations that will aid in a swift and healthy recovery for your pet.
Soft Tissue Surgeries We Offer
Here at CAH, we perform a variety of specific surgeries to help treat injuries and diseases in cats and dogs. Our highly trained team ensures your pet receives the attentive care they deserve.
Spaying and neutering your dog and cat is one of the most important preventative health measures you can take. These common surgical procedures prevents pregancies in your pets and help reduce your pet’s risk of other medical conditions.
This surgical procedure involves opening the urinary bladder and the removal of bladder stones in dogs that may be creating difficulty or obstruction in your pet’s ability to urine.
This surgical procedure is commonly performed in dogs that experience various forms of hernias in their life. Misplaced abdominal contents are removed and defects between the abdomen and other body cavities are repaired.
This procedure is commonly performed in male cats with urinary obstructions. It involes the removal of the narrowest part of the urethra, making it easier for your feline friend to urinate.
This procedure (anal sacculectomy) provides dogs with permanent relief of impacts from anal gland infection through the removal of a canine’s anal glands.
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