Soft Tissue Surgery

At Passion Fur Paws, we are here to serve you and your furry friends. We realize that it can be stressful when your pet requires medical attention. Our team is experienced and knowledgeable in animal care, so if your pet requires surgery, you can feel confident that they are in good hands with us.

Allow us to care for your animal to help them live a longer and healthier life. Surgical appointments with Passion Fur Paws veterinary medical team are available, so call us today at 970-485-1916 to schedule yours!

How We Support You:

  • Complete pre-anesthetic screening to ensure the procedure is safest for your pet
  • A compassionate team
  • Experienced and knowledgeable surgeon and registered veterinary technicians
  • Skilled technicians thoroughly monitoring your pet throughout each and every procedure
  • Progressive monitoring equipment for safest anesthesia possible
  • Text updates of your pet when receiving any procedure

Is Surgery Risky for My Pet?

As with any procedure, every case is unique. Generally, most pet surgeries are low-risk, however, pet soft tissue surgery always carries some level of concern. Veterinary medicine has progressed considerably, keeping major surgery complications at bay. If your pet needs surgery, we will thoroughly discuss any potential risks with you.

Is Anesthesia Safe for My Pet?

Procedures are much safer with our ability to monitor pets during surgery. Before administering anesthesia, we will perform a thorough physical exam. We will test their blood to ensure liver and kidney health to minimize any negative reaction to the anesthesia. We also perform blood clotting capabilty tests on your pet before performing any surgery that may cause bleeding. If we detect any serious problems, we may recommend postponing surgery or schedule with a board-certified anesthesiologist and surgeon. We ask that you make sure your pet has an empty stomach before surgery to reduce the risk of vomiting and aspiration.

Will My Animal Be In Pain After Soft Tissue Surgery?

While they may not show it in the same ways we do, pets, like humans, experience pain. Pain medications vary based on the type of surgery. Major procedures typically require more pain relief than minor ones. Most dogs and cats can take oral anti-inflammatories starting the day after surgery to mitigate discomfort and swelling.

While recent medical advances allow for better feline pain control, cats don’t tolerate many standard pain medications. Before your pet’s surgery, we will discuss their specific needs and our recommendations.

How Should I Care for My Pet After Surgery?

After your pet has surgery, it’s important to leave any incisions alone. Before you leave the office, we will provide all necessary information about your pet’s activity, eating and rest. If you have any questions or concerns about the healing process, please contact us!

At Passion Fur Paws, our goal is always to do what’s best for your pet and your family. For more information about veterinary surgery, or to schedule an appointment, please call us today at 970-485-1916.

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