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SURGICAL

Surgical Services

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We Offer Pet Surgery Services, Including Spaying/Neutering, in St. Catharines

Surgery is part of the normal course for life, which includes pets. Court Animal Hospital is the place for several different types of pet surgery, including spaying, neutering, and soft tissue surgery for cats and dogs. 

Our vets offer compassionate care that ensures you and your beloved pet can live a long and happy life. 

To learn more or to book an appointment, please contact our office today. 
 

SPAYING

Spaying

Spaying is the procedure that prevents female pets from becoming pregnant and reproducing. It can help your dog or cat live a longer and healthier life. Spaying your pet will help protect against diseases as well, such as bacterial infections, reproductive tract diseases, and several types of cancer. 

It also means avoiding the mess that comes with the heat cycle in pets. Plus, spaying means helping to control cat and dog overpopulation, keeping animals out of shelters.

Many people voice concerns that spaying will change their pet’s personality, but rest assured that is not the case.

To set up an appointment for spaying your pet, please give us a call.
 

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NEUTERING

Neutering

Neutering is the procedure that removes the testicles of a male cat or dog, preventing them from reproducing. It can also help them live longer and happier lives. It can reduce or eliminate the risk of prostate or testicular cancer, as well as STIs. It will also reduce or eliminate behaviour such as roaming, fighting, humping, and spraying.

Plus, neutering means helping to control cat and dog overpopulation, keeping animals out of shelters. 

Many people voice concerns that neutering will change their pet’s personality, but rest assured that is not the case.

To set up an appointment for neutering, please give us a call today
 

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SOFT TISSUE 

Soft Tissue Surgery

At Court Animal Hospital, we perform many different types of soft tissue surgeries at our clinic. These are surgeries that are not associated with bone and can provide a range of benefits to pets. 

The most common variety of these surgeries is the removal of masses or lumps. Most of these masses turn out to be benign (nonharmful) but sometimes they may be more serious. Early diagnosis and removal are necessary to improve the outcome for your pet if the mass is cancerous.

Dogs that suffer from frequent ear infections may undergo surgery to help improve airflow into the ear canal. 

Surgery can also with eye problems. Tearing in your pet’s eyes can mean an infection or may be a sign that the outer layer has been damaged. Surgery can allow them to heal faster with less scarring, which improves their ability to see. 

Please contact us if you’d like to discuss how soft tissue surgery might be able to help your pet.
 

CANINE SPAY

Canine Spay & Neuter Surgery Services 

Our canine spay/neuter patients don’t usually need an E-collar after surgery.

Surgery pricing include a free microchip and the following services:
 

  • Free nail trim

  • Pre-surgical exam

  • IV fluids and anesthesia and monitoring

  • Pain medication before and during surgery

  • Post surgical nursing and monitoring

  • Hospitalization stay

  • Pain medication and antibiotics to take home as required

  • Next day follow-up call and follow up exams if needed

If you want to set up an appointment to have your dog spayed or neutered, or want to learn more about the procedure, please give our clinic a call

Additional services available for surgical patients:
 

  • Vaccines can be administered at an additional cost 

  • Pre-anesthetic bloodwork at an additional cost
     

We recommend pre-anesthetic bloodwork for all surgeries, for older dogs or dogs with pre-existing medical conditions we may require pre-anesthetic bloodwork.
 

FELINE SPAY 

Feline Spay & Neuter Surgery Services

Our feline spay and neuter patients do not generally need an E-collar after surgery. 

Surgery pricing also includes a free microchip and the following services:
 

  • Free nail trim

  • Pre-surgical exam

  • IV fluids and anesthesia and monitoring

  • Pain medication before and during surgery

  • Post surgical nursing and monitoring

  • Hospitalization stay

  • Pain medication and antibiotics to take home as required

  • Next day follow-up call and follow up exams if needed

To set up an appointment to have your cat spayed/neutered or to learn more about this procedure, please call our clinic.

Additional services available for surgical patients:
 

  • Vaccines can be administered at an additional cost.  

  • Pre-anesthetic bloodwork at an additional cost.

We recommend pre-anesthetic bloodwork for all surgeries, for older cats or cats with pre-existing medical conditions we may require pre-anesthetic bloodwork.
 

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Call Our Clinic

Whether you’re looking for advice or you need to schedule an appointment for your pet, call Court Animal Hospital today.

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