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At Palisades Veterinary Hospital we understand that surgery can be a stressful experience for both you and your pet. With that in mind, our aim is to put you both at ease, from our first discussion about the need for a surgical procedure through post-operative care and follow-up. We will always explain why a procedure is necessary, what the procedure entails, what to expect during and after surgery along with any special care your pet will need once the surgery is complete.
In house, we can perform a wide range of surgeries ranging from spay and neuter procedures to more complex soft tissue surgeries such as cystotomies, gastrointestinal surgeries and growth removals. While most surgeries are done by our team, in some cases, we bring in one of our certified surgeon partners to ensure the best of care.
Got questions? Ask away! We want you to be at ease knowing all of the important details about your pet’s surgery - before, during, and/or after the procedure. Our doctors will provide you will all the information you need to feel comfortable that you are making the right choice for your pet.
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Anesthesia is a critical aspect of many veterinary procedures and as in human hospitals, we closely monitor all of your pet’s vital signs to ensure their safety and comfort. This continues even after the procedure is complete.
Our veterinarians are highly skilled in anesthesia protocols not only for healthy pets but also for pets with special needs, such as geriatric patients or those with heart murmurs, diabetes, or other chronic diseases. You can rest knowing your dog or cat is in the absolute best of hands.
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Dental Care

This is a critical area of veterinary care as periodontal disease strikes three out of every four pets. For this reason, we encourage regular dental check-ups and cleanings. During these visits, we recommend dental x-rays for a more complete assessment of your pet’s oral health. X-rays allow us to see any disease process that may be hiding below the gum line. We are equipped to diagnose and treat even the most severe cases of periodontal disease as well as the many other problems that can occur in a pet’s mouth.
Animal dentistry has advanced remarkably in the last few years – and we have kept pace along with it, educating doctors and staff on the most recent techniques and apprising clients of new research that applies to their pets.
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