Pet Elected Surgery

Mass Removal and Spay/Neuter

Pet elected surgery, including pet mass removal, pet spay, and neuter procedures, offers numerous benefits for your beloved companion.

Trust Arc Animal Hospital for Unrivaled Pet Elected
Surgery in Mississauga, Ontario

When it comes to pet elected surgery in Mississauga, Arc Animal Hospital stands as a beacon of excellence. Our unwavering commitment to your pet’s health and our specialized expertise set us apart. By choosing us, you entrust your beloved companion to a team that understands the emotional bond you share and strives to provide the highest level of care.

Pet Elected Surgery in Mississauga, ON

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Pet Mass Removal

Our skilled veterinarians perform pet mass removal surgery to eliminate bothersome growths and tumours, alleviating discomfort and improving your pet’s overall well-being. By removing potentially harmful masses, we also reduce the risk of complications, allowing your pet to enjoy a more active and joyful existence.

Regular veterinary check-ups are crucial for detecting abnormal masses in your pet early. Our experienced veterinarians possess the expertise to identify and evaluate such masses, ensuring timely intervention through our pet mass removal surgery service. Early detection and treatment are crucial to preventing the progression of these masses into more severe conditions.

Arc Animal Hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art techniques and advanced surgical technology to ensure safe and effective pet mass removal surgery. Our clinic is designed to provide a warm and compassionate environment, minimizing stress and promoting a positive experience for your pet.

Pet Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet improves their overall health. It reduces the risk of various reproductive health issues, including certain types of cancer. Female pets benefit from a reduced chance of uterine infections and mammary gland tumours, while males experience a decrease in prostate problems.

In addition to improved health, spayed and neutered pets exhibit more balanced and well-mannered behaviour. They often display reduced aggression and territorial instincts. This surgical procedure also minimizes the urge for your pet to roam, decreasing the chances of them getting lost or involved in accidents.

By choosing pet spay and neuter surgery, you actively contribute to population control. You play a vital role in managing the pet population in Mississauga, Ontario, ensuring a healthier and more sustainable community for all pets. This preventive measure helps prevent unplanned litter and reduces the number of homeless animals in shelters.

At Arc Animal Hospital, your pet’s safety and comfort are our top priorities. Our experienced veterinarians and dedicated staff provide a personalized approach, ensuring the highest standard of care. We boast state-of-the-art facilities equipped with advanced technology and modern surgical equipment, ensuring the best possible outcomes for your pet.

Our skilled veterinarians perform spay and neuter surgeries with precision, while our compassionate staff provides individualized attention and care to your pet. We create a stress-free environment, focusing on making your pet feel safe and secure throughout the procedure.

Surgery/Visit Instructions?

What can I expect during my visit?

During your visit to our clinic, you’ll encounter a personalized and comprehensive experience tailored to you and your pet’s needs:

Upon arrival, our client services representative will greet you and facilitate the check-in process. They will notify your doctor of your arrival.

An exam assistant will guide you to an examination room where they will gather a detailed medical and behavioural history of your pet. They will also record your pet’s vital signs.

Our skilled veterinarian will conduct a thorough physical examination of your pet, discussing the reason for your visit.

Following the examination, an itemized treatment plan and cost estimate will be presented by your exam assistant. Treatments will only proceed with your consent.

We value transparency, and you will have the opportunity to discuss proposed treatments and make informed decisions.

If necessary, follow-up appointments will be scheduled to ensure your pet’s continued well-being.

At the conclusion of your visit, our client services representative will assist with payment, provide a clear invoice, and schedule any required follow-up appointments.

How do I prepare my pet for surgery?

To ensure a safe and successful surgery, it’s crucial to adhere to these essential preparation guidelines:

Your pet must be fasted from food starting at 8 PM the night before the scheduled surgery. Although a small amount of water is permissible until midnight, your pet should not consume any food or drink on the morning of the surgery.

Failure to adhere to the fasting instructions can pose the following risks:

  • Aspiration: If your pet has ingested food before surgery, there’s a risk of regurgitation and subsequent inhalation into the lungs. This can result in severe respiratory complications.
  • Anaesthesia Complications: Anesthesia’s effects on pets can vary when they haven’t been properly fasted, potentially leading to complications during or post-surgery.

Please diligently follow the fasting guidelines to minimize these risks and ensure a smooth surgical process. In the event that your pet isn’t fasted as required, the surgery may need to be rescheduled to guarantee their safety and well-being.

If your pet is diabetic, please inform us, and we will provide you with alternate instructions to accommodate their insulin needs.

What should I bring when dropping off my pet for surgery or a procedure?

When you bring your pet for surgery or a procedure, please ensure you have their current medications, any specific instructions, and relevant paperwork, including records from other veterinary clinics if applicable. We also request that you review our informed consent form, available on our website here (insert link), which you can complete online 24 hours before the scheduled procedure. Alternatively, a physical copy will be provided for your signature during drop-off. These preparations are crucial to ensuring your pet receives the utmost care while in our hands.

After my pet's surgery, what can I expect during the recovery process?

After your pet’s surgery, our team will provide detailed post-operative care instructions, including information about medications, wound care, activity restrictions, and follow-up appointments. Monitoring your pet closely during the recovery period is essential to ensure a smooth healing process.

Should I consider pre-surgical bloodwork for my pet?

Absolutely, we recommend considering our pre-surgical bloodwork option for your pet’s elective surgery. This service is designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of your pet’s liver and kidney functions through the analysis of 17 different chemistries. By opting for pre-surgical bloodwork, you’re taking an extra step to ensure your pet’s safety and well-being during the anesthesia process.

The benefits of pre-surgical blood work include:

  • Health Assessment: The results of the bloodwork give us valuable insights into your pet’s overall health. This helps us determine whether it’s safe to proceed with anesthesia and the surgical procedure.
  • Baseline Reference: The bloodwork results serve as a baseline for your pet’s future health evaluations. These results can be compared to future tests, helping us detect any changes or trends in your pet’s health.
  • Informed Decisions: If any abnormalities are detected in the bloodwork, our experienced veterinary team can make informed decisions regarding the best approach to sedation and surgery. This ensures the highest level of safety for your pet.

However, if you choose not to opt for pre-surgical bloodwork, we will still provide safe and appropriate care for your pet. In such cases, we will follow our standard sedation guidelines based on your pet’s weight. Your pet’s well-being remains our top priority, and we are committed to ensuring a safe surgical experience whether or not pre-surgical bloodwork is performed.