At Ottawa Veterinary Hospital, we are experienced in general and specialized surgical procedures. Our health care team will carefully track cardiovascular function from pre-surgical procedure prior to your pet’s awakening in recovery.
Laser treatment is a complex technique that’s effective in treating skin ailments, arthritis, soft-tissue surgery, post-surgical pain, mouth and ear infections, and a whole lot more. Therapeutic effects are made by employing specific wavelengths of light to promote rapid recovery and improved circulation with less swelling and pain. The strategy is completely safe, painless, and doesn’t require anesthesia. At Ottawa Veterinary Hospital we believe each and every creature is deserving of a unique, clinical decision. We consider factors such as age, size, breed, and way of life. You will experience much less challenges associated with natural sexual impulse, unwanted pregnancy, and warmth intervals. To ensure your pet’s safety, we perform an exam and pre- operative blood work to ascertain if your pet can handle anesthesia and operation.
Dr. Hoagland is a professional in the spay-neuter process and ensures a secure and comfortable procedure from beginning to completion.
• Prevents unwanted pregnancies
• Eliminates messy, problematic bleeding and heat cycles
• Decreases the urge to roam
• Eradicates mammary troubles and uterine complications such as cancer, pyometra, and infection.
• Decreases competitive behaviors
• Spaying reduces mood affects
• Makes for a better companion for you and your household
Dentistry & Oral Surgery
Our center is home to innovative oral surgical equipment and technology to guarantee a secure and effective dental procedure. If your pet is undergoing painful dental ailments and other therapies have proven unsuccessful, we can do oral surgery to ease pain. Our healthcare team is trained in dental procedures like infections, chipped teeth, and extractions, in addition to oral tumors.
Tumor & Development Removal
Lumps and bumps are common in older animals, but can appear at any age. Motion may be limited depending on the location of this growth. If it continues to rise, elimination gets increasingly harder, particularly in areas such as the throat or limbs. If you discover a lump or bump in your pet that is quickly growing or changing, let us know immediately.
Growths could be benign or cancerous. For your pet’s safety, we always recommend surgical removal to stop the mass from growing or spreading to other regions of the body.
It is not unusual for pets to consume everyday objects that aren’t digestible– balls, socks, play toys, hair ties, stones and dirt, sticks, pantyhose, and panties. While some items will pass through the stomach and GI tract fairly readily, others become trapped and might lead to benign and dangerous concerns. The size of your pet and foreign object largely determines the chances for a safe departure.
Contact us immediately in the event that you believe that your pet has swallowed a foreign item. As soon as you arrive in the clinic, we will take x-rays to find the item and determine options for removal. Depending upon your particular situation, vomiting can be triggered. Generally, surgery is required.
A Neuter is the surgical removal of the testicles
• Decreases aggressive behaviors
• Avoids problems like testicular cancer and also an enlarged prostate, which is deadly and uncomfortable
• Decreases the urge to roam
• Encourages longevity
• Makes for a better companion for you and your family
Soft tissue operation normally involves processes that fall out of bone and joint issues. Examples of this type of surgery include cardiovascular, hepatic, gastrointestinal, urogenital, reconstructive, and oncological procedures.
If you observe these symptoms, call or see us immediately!
We commonly work on the following:
• Mass Removal
• Urinary Tract Surgery- Removal of kidney stones and infections
• Wound Reconstruction- Reconstruction and therapy for trauma and lacerations
• Basic Abdominal- Spay and Neuter
is a really minor procedure, particularly if addressed early. When an enlarged hernia is found, we strongly urge surgical treatment to prevent augmentation and subsequent complications. When an enlarged hernia is discovered, your pet requires immediate medical attention to safeguard them from disease, resection of dead tissues, strangulation, and potentially death.