These include spay and neuter, soft tissue, and orthopedic operations. Unlike some veterinarians who are not trained to or avoid performing surgery, we welcome it when necessary. For the best surgical care in Monroe, Monroe Animal Health can help.
A spay and neuter surgery is the operational process of removing your pet’s reproductive organs. This prevents them from spreading diseases, contributing to an overpopulation problem within the shelter community, and the potential of cancers or illnesses in those body areas.
When dogs and cats push themselves hard, they can develop both soft tissue and bone injuries. These injuries can also occur due to genetics and illnesses associated with aging. Unfortunately, both of these injuries can be painful for our fur babies. By getting surgery to correct any bone or tissue complications they may have or develop, you are increasing the quality of their life significantly.