Dog Surgery A-Z

Surgery can naturally prompt many questions and concerns. Here you’ll find the information that you need to help your dog and yourself get through the surgical process.

Cat and Dog Pregnancy Termination Cat and Dog Pregnancy Termination Dog Surgery A-Z
Cat and Dog Pregnancy Termination
Even in these days of routine early spay and neuter, every now and then pet owners can still find themselves in the uncomfortable situation of having a female dog or cat that goes into heat under circumstances that might result in an unwanted pregnancy.
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How Do I Prepare for My Dog or Cat Having Surgery? Dog Surgery A-Z
How Do I Prepare for My Dog or Cat Having Surgery?
Are you nervous about an upcoming pet surgery? Learn how to prepare.
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Pain Management During Surgery Dog Surgery A-Z
Pain Management During Surgery
Find out how your veterinarian can keep your pet comfortable during surgery.
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Anesthesia Myths Dog Surgery A-Z
Anesthesia Myths
When it comes to anesthesia almost every veterinarian will use their person opinion on their methods.
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Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Part 3 Dog Surgery A-Z
Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Part 3
The real dangers of pet surgery are often overlooked. Anesthesia is safer than you may think.
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Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Part 2 Dog Surgery A-Z
Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Part 2
Dr. Phil Zeltzman is a traveling, board-certified surgeon in Allentown, PA.
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Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Dog Surgery A-Z
Dog and Cat Anesthesia Myths Part 1
The real dangers of pet surgery are often overlooked. These are the facts about Anesthesia.
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Lung Cancer and Lung Surgery in Dogs Dog Surgery A-Z
Lung Cancer and Lung Surgery in Dogs
A minor cough revealed a massive tumor. Learn why lung cancer is not always fatal.
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Minimally Invasive Surgery for Dogs and Cats Dog Surgery A-Z
Minimally Invasive Surgery for Dogs and Cats
Does your pet need surgery? Don't miss this blog. Minimally Invasive Surgery can be performed to prevent pet trauma.
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Amputation: A Tough Decision Can Buy Your Pet Time, Quality of Life Dog Surgery A-Z
Amputation: A Tough Decision Can Buy Your Pet Time, Quality of Life
Amputation is no small thing and for Xena, it involved sacrificing the entire leg. Leaving part of a limb is not recommended in pets because of the concern for sores if they use the stump for balance or to get up.
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