Pet Surgery

When it comes to the health of our beloved pets, there may be instances where surgical intervention becomes necessary. WNC Veterinary Hospital in Arden and Asheville, NC, understands the concerns and questions that may arise when contemplating pet surgery.

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Understanding Pet Surgery

A Caring Approach to Surgical Intervention

Pet surgery is a specialized service aimed at addressing various health issues that may affect your furry friend. At WNC Veterinary Hospital, our experienced team of veterinarians approaches each surgery with the utmost care and dedication to ensure the well-being of your pet.

Our Pet Surgery Services

Compassionate Care in Critical Moments
Our pet surgery services cover a range of procedures, each performed with precision and compassion:

Soft Tissue Surgery
Soft tissue surgeries address issues such as tumors, gastrointestinal problems, and urinary tract disorders. Our veterinary team is skilled in performing these procedures with a focus on your pet’s comfort and recovery.

Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopedic surgeries are designed to address musculoskeletal issues, including fractures, joint problems, and ligament injuries. With expertise in orthopedic procedures, we strive to restore your pet’s mobility and comfort.

When is Pet Surgery Necessary?

Pet surgery may be necessary under various circumstances, including:

  • Trauma or Injury: In cases of accidents or injuries, surgery may be required to address wounds or fractures.
  • Tumor Removal: Surgical removal of tumors may be recommended to prevent the spread of cancerous cells.
  • Orthopedic Issues: Conditions such as hip dysplasia or torn ligaments may require surgical correction.

Benefits of Pet Surgery

Pet surgery at WNC Veterinary Hospital provides several benefits:

Addressing Health Issues: Surgical intervention allows us to directly address and correct a variety of health concerns that may be impacting your pet’s well-being.

Pain Management: Our approach to pet surgery includes effective pain management strategies to ensure your pet’s comfort during and after the procedure.

Improved Quality of Life: Many surgeries contribute to enhancing your pet’s overall quality of life by alleviating pain, correcting issues, and promoting better health.

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