Pet Surgery in Conroe, TX

As an AAHA-accredited animal hospital, Triangle Animal Clinic provides various soft tissue surgeries in our state-of-the-art surgical suite for dogs and cats. One of our top priorities is to keep your four-legged friend safe before, during, and after their procedure with individualized attention by our caring team. Whether your pet needs a routine surgery, like a spay or neuter, or a more complex procedure, you can rest assured that they’ll be in good hands.

All clients are required to fill out a

Surgery Consent Form

to ensure they understand the terms of the procedure. This form can be filled out in our animal hospital or online in advance by clicking the button below.

Most Common Surgeries We Perform

We can perform a range of soft tissue surgeries, including (but not limited to):

Spaying & Neutering

Mass Removal

Dental Procedures

Emergency Surgery

How We Keep Your Pet Safe During Surgery

With your pet’s safety always at the forefront, we require that all patients have a pre-anesthetic physical exam and blood screening. This will allow us to reduce anesthetic risks by ensuring that your pet’s blood, liver, and kidneys are healthy enough for surgery. We administer anesthesia via an intravenous catheter, which we also use to administer fluids and maintain blood pressure during surgery.

Keeping your pet safe during surgery is just as important as checking their health status beforehand. That’s why we monitor your pet with advanced equipment to make sure they’re safe throughout the entire procedure. We’ll also provide you with information about what to expect after surgery and how to help your pet recover at home.

Cat and Dog Laser Surgery

In addition to traditional surgical tools, we can use a laser for several surgical procedures. Laser surgery is a progressive option that many clients choose because of the range of benefits it offers pets. Here’s how it works: Energy produced by the laser beam vaporizes the cells and cuts a small, precise area of skin tissue the same way a scalpel would. 

As the laser cuts, it seals nerve endings and blood vessels, resulting in less pain, less bleeding, and less swelling. Also, because of the precision of the laser, the healthy tissue near the target area can remain untouched. Laser surgery also helps reduce the risk of infection and leads to faster recovery.

Some of the procedures we can perform with a laser include:


Canine Neutering

Tumor Removals

Abdominal Exploratory Procedures

Get the best care for your best friend.

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