Dog Surgery in Livonia, MI

General Cat & Dog Surgery

Levan Road Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer the most advanced surgical techniques and technology involving both soft tissue and orthopedic cat & dog surgery.

Our surgical services include:

  • Fully licensed veterinary technicians attending to each surgical procedure
  • Advanced monitoring including oxygen saturation, temperature, and blood pressure
  • Trained anesthetic assistants devoted exclusively to your pet for the entire procedure, from induction to recovery. This is for anesthetic safety as well as monitoring and controlling pain to ensure your pet is as comfortable as possible
  • Comprehensive blood testing, both diagnostic and monitoring
  • State-of-the-art surgical laser
  • Post-op/ pain laser therapy
  • Strict adherence to AAHA's surgical, anesthesia, and pain management standards to give you confidence that your pet is receiving the best care while they are out of your presence

Call us today at (734) 464-6281 for your next surgery consultation visit.

Surgical Services

Our doctors regularly perform soft tissue and orthopedic* surgeries, including:

  • Cranial cruciate ligament repair
  • Major dental/oral surgery
  • Routine dental extractions
  • Mass removal
  • Cherry eye
  • Enucleations
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Feline declaws (laser only)
  • Patellar luxation repair
  • Pyometra
  • Enterotomy or gastrotomy
  • Ear hematomas
  • Wound debridement and repair
  • Spay and neuter
  • Anal gland removal

*We also call in or refer to board-certified surgeons when indicated.

puppy after surgery wearing a cone
cat after surgery wearing a cone

Decreasing Risks, Increasing Comfort

A safe surgical procedure protocol for your pet involves several steps:

  • Doing an exam and blood work to check their health and customize their anesthesia and pain control
  • Providing IV fluid therapy and monitoring all major vitals during your pet’s surgery to support organ function
  • Using warm circulating water blankets to maintain a healthy body temperature
  • Administering pain relief as needed during surgery
  • Performing post-operative laser therapy to decrease pain and swelling and increase healing
  • Providing clear and concise post-op instructions to help you care for your pet while they’re recovering at home

Planning Your Pet’s Surgery

If you need to plan a surgery date for your pet, call (734) 464-6281 to schedule the procedure or request a meeting with your veterinarian. Don’t be afraid to ask us any questions that come to mind about our safety protocols, laser surgery, and other topics. Our main concern is helping you make the best decisions for your pet’s care!

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