Independent & Family Owned.

Surgery and Dentistry

Our clinic performs a variety of procedures.  Routing and elective surgeries, plus dentistry are performed by our staff veterinarians and boarded specialists most weekdays.  All of our surgical procedures utilize trained staff members including veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants.  We use up-to-date equipment, medications and techniques to ensure a safe environment for everyone involved.

Spay and Neuters

The most common of our surgical procedures.  We recommend our patients are at least 5 months of age or older.  Spay and neuter procedures help control the pet population.  They also help to decrease aggression, unwanted sexual behaviors and various forms of cancer, including testicular and mammary tumors.

happy young american shorthair cat in veterinary plastic cone or

German shepherd on operating table in veterinary clinic

Elective and Specialized Surgery

Our staff veterinarians and boarded specialist provide a number of elective surgical procedures.  These include mass removals, amputations, orthopedics and EENT.  Consultations are also available. 


It is important for our patients to schedule regular dental procedures.  Timing can vary depending on age and breed, but our veterinarians typically recommend this procedure every 2 years.

A patient’s oral health can be difficult to assess during a physical examination.  50% of their teeth are located underneath the gumline. This requires anesthesia and radiographic evaluation to understand your pet’s total oral health situation.

Dental procedures utilize a minimum of 3 staff members to prepare and perform this service.  After induction, full mouth radiographs will be taken to assess a patient’s oral health.  If oral surgery is needed, a plan will be created by and discussed.  Scaling and polishing of a patient’s teeth and gums follows.  Finally, a sealant will be applied to protect our patient’s enamel for several months.

Veterinarian specialist holding the small dog and cleaning whitening dog teeth at home with toothpaste dental floss, small black young dog tooth hygiene dental domestic treatment, view of hands

veterinarian takes blood from a dog's paw with a syringe for analysis.

Pre-anesthetic Labwork

We require all pets undergoing anesthetic procedures be screened with bloodwork prior to being anesthetized. Bloodwork can show us if there are pre-existing medical conditions which may make your pet a higher risk surgery patient. We can adjust our anesthetic and surgical protocols to ensure that your pet’s unique conditions are accounted for before, during, and after surgery. The bloodwork gives us a baseline for future labwork in case your pet should become ill in the future.

We use a vital signs monitor to keep your pet’s blood pressure, body temperature, respirations, heart rate, and ECG measurements throughout the anesthetic procedure. This information is transferred post-operatively into our software so it becomes part of your pet’s medical record.

For everything you need to know about your pet’s surgery, review our Surgery Guide for some common questions.