Gastonia Veterinary Surgery
Compassionate Surgical Care for Your Pets
As a full-service animal hospital in Gastonia, Gaston Veterinary Hospital is pleased to be offering a complete suite of veterinary surgical services in-house. Whether you’re looking for a routine spay or neuter, or if your pet needs a more complex surgical procedure, our team of highly trained veterinarians are ready to help. We have equipped our surgical suites with the most state-of-the-art technology, and we continuously stay up to date with the latest procedures. Our goal at Gaston Veterinary Hospital is to ensure that your pet receives the care they need when they need it most.
When we make recommendations for surgery for your pet, it’s important to us that we answer all your questions. We want to be sure that you feel comfortable with our recommendation and that you understand how this will benefit your pet. Our veterinary team will listen to your concerns and help you rest easy knowing that your pet is in the best hands.
We are pleased to be able to offer a variety of veterinary surgical services, including:
- Spay and neuter
- Tumor removal
- Dental cleaning
- General surgery
- Advanced surgery
The Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pets
We understand that you want your pet to live a long and healthy life by your side. One of the best things that you can do to preserve your pet’s health is to ensure that they are spayed or neutered early on in their life. This is a very routine surgery that can help prevent certain types of cancer, diseases, and other infections. Additionally, spaying or neutering your pet can help combat certain unwanted behaviors, such as spraying, marking, aggression, or wandering.
Aftercare: How to Heal Safely
When you bring your pet home after surgery, you want to be sure that they heal safely and comfortably. The aftercare portion of surgery can be just as important as the surgery itself. Your veterinarian will help you understand the steps you can take to ensure that your pet heals correctly.
For example, your veterinarian may recommend that you keep your pet from running or jumping for a few days. Your pet may also not be able to resume eating normally right away. It’s also important that you keep an eye on your pet’s surgical site for infection. Never hesitate to ask any questions about your pet’s recovery – we’re here to help!
Surgery at Gaston Veterinary Hospital
No matter why your pet needs surgery, the veterinary team at Gaston Veterinary Hospital will be with you and your pet every step of the way. We’ll do everything we can to keep both you and your pet comfortable throughout the surgical process. Please feel free to ask us any questions you might have – our goal is to make this experience as stress-free as possible, for both you and your pet.
“I have been going to Gaston Vet for over 20 years. Dr. Suggs and Dr. Pearman are the best. I would not go anywhere else.”- Dianne M.
“They are the best ,I will not take our Goldens any where else. They are all so good with our fur babies.They have even sat on the floor to be at our dogs level to make them feel safe with them.”- Robin C.
“Most wonderful Doctors & staff you will find anywhere! We’ve gone there for over 15 years & they have taken care of our dog and our cat. We trust them, they are the best!”- Cathy Y.