Our top priority for your pet's surgery is to keep them
SAFE & HAPPY.
If your pet is in need of surgery, help them feel at ease in our state-of-the-art surgical suite. Your pet will get the most individualized attention and care for any procedure they have scheduled. Our surgical suite has gas anesthesia machines and monitoring instruments to ensure that your pet is always well taken care of!
Whether your pet needs spaying or neutering, growth removal, or any other major or minor surgery, the doctors at Triangle Animal Clinic have the skills necessary to accomplish even the most complicated surgery. Triangle Animal Clinic offers the best surgical care for your dogs and cats. Our veterinarians have been serving the area since 1973. We can guarantee that your pet will always be in the best hands!
Get individualized care and focused attention for all your pet’s needs. We’ll diagnose and suggest the best treatment plan to get your pet feeling like normal again.
Common Surgeries We Perform
Spaying & Neutering
Although many technological advancements have made anesthesia and surgery very safe for pets, some risks still exist. To decrease these risks, we require all patients undergo a physical exam prior to surgery and also conduct a pre-anesthetic blood screening before surgery day. This blood panel will help reduce anesthetic risks by ruling out many internal problems, including clotting disorders, liver and kidney abnormalities and anemia. In addition to the examination and blood screening, we also place an intravenous catheter and administer fluids to help keep your pet hydrated and maintain blood pressure during the procedure.
We are excited to offer laser surgery as a progressive option for our clients who want the safest and least painful treatment for their pets. Laser technology is a proven surgical method with many uses.
Common Surgical Laser FAQs
- Less pain – The laser seals nerve endings as it moves through tissue. Your pet will feel less pain after surgery.
- Less bleeding – The laser seals small blood vessels during surgery, resulting in less bleeding and quicker procedures.
- Less swelling – With laser technology, only light comes into contact with the tissue, causing minimal swelling.
- Extreme precision – The laser enables your veterinarian to only affect or remove the target tissue, leaving the healthy surrounding tissue untouched.
- Reduced risk of infection – The high heat of laser energy kills bacteria and micro-organisms as it moves through diseased areas, reducing the chance of infection.
- Quicker recovery – For all of the above reasons, your pet is likely to feel less discomfort after surgery, and return to normal activities sooner.
A laser is an intense beam of light. Using an instrument that allows it to be precisely controlled, the laser beam replaces the traditional scalpel. Laser energy instantly vaporizes the water found in tissues, allowing it to “cut” or remove an extremely small area of tissue. That energy seals nerve endings and blood vessels as it moves through the tissue, resulting in less bleeding, less pain, and virtually no trauma to the surrounding tissue.
- Canine neuter
- Tumor removals
- Abdominal exploratory
- And several more
Ask us whether laser surgery is the best option for your pet!