Surgery

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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Surgery for Mouth Cancer in a Cat Cat Surgery A-Z
Surgery for Mouth Cancer in a Cat
You must act fast to keep this type of aggressive tumor from growing: squamous-cell carcinoma requires a biopsy to confirm and must be handled aggressively or this cancer will destroy your cat's life.
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Linear Foreign Body Removal Cat Surgery A-Z
Linear Foreign Body Removal
This cat had an appetite for something you'd never expect. The story of Button who swallowed a needle and thread. He needed surgery to remove the obstruction.
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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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