SOFT TISSUE SURGERY
SPAY & NEUTER
Spaying (i.e., overiohysterectomy) refers to the surgical procedure performed on female dogs and cats to render them infertile. There are many benefits to spaying your female pet. First, you will contribute to the prevention of pet overpopulation. Second, spaying will eliminate the sometimes messy heat cycles that attract male dogs to your house from miles away. Third, you will help prevent diseases in your pet, such as pyometra (i.e., a life-threatening infection in the uterus) and mammary (i.e., breast) cancer.
Neutering (i.e., orchiectomy) refers to the surgical procedure performed on male dogs and cats to render them infertile. There are many benefits to neutering your male pet. First, you will contribute to the prevention of pet overpopulation. Second, neutering will help eliminate undesirable and sometimes destructive behavior. Third, you will help prevent diseases in your pet, such as prostate disease and testicular cancer.
Soft tissue surgery refers to procedures that are not associated with the bone. A few examples are listed below:
Lump or Mass Removals
Foreign Object Removal
Pet owners fear that some day their pet may break a bone or have to undergo neuro surgery, but you don’t have to worry because Lindale Veterinary Clinic is here to help.
Dr. Chuck Lay specializes in chronic and traumatic injury and offers orthopedic and limited neurosurgery.
When it comes to a broken bone, recent literature states that rapid repair of a fracture improves healing time and surgical outcomes. At Lindale Veterinary Clinic, we know how important it is to have your pet back to normal as soon as possible.
We offer hydrotherapy in our facility’s underwater treadmill to assist with physical therapy and help your pet return to an excellent state of health.
We offer several highly advanced services for your pet including:
Advanced pain management protocols: epidurals, limb blocks, CRI’s
Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), the Lindale Veterinary Clinic facility operates at the highest standards.
Sometimes in medicine it is important to “take a peek” at something. With small diameter Endoscopy we can look in many places. It is a wonderful diagnostic tool to have in our arsenal. We can look inside a nose to see the cause of a chronic nasal discharge, as well as, remove some foreign objects from your pet's stomach. We can also look at a liver and take a biopsy through a tiny incision. Our goal is to use technology to obtain the safest and most rapid diagnosis available for your pet.
Orthopedic & Neuro Surgery
Utilizing the Most Advanced Techniques.
Your pets are in the best hands when it comes to veterinary surgery.