Dog and Cat Surgery in La Porte for a Better Quality of Life

Nearly every pet will go through surgery at some point in their lives—it is always done to increase their quality of life through correction or prevention of a certain condition. At Bay-Porte Animal Hospital, we dedicate ourselves to making every dog and cat surgery as safe, effective, and low-stress as possible for you and your pet. We offer the pet community of La Porte both soft tissue and orthopedic pet surgery.

Dog and Cat Surgery in La Porte, TX

Our Dog and Cat Surgical Capabilities

We’re lucky to have a team of veterinarians in-house that are skilled at both soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. Common dog and cat surgeries we perform include:

Soft Tissue

  • Mass/tumor removals
  • Spays and neuters
  • Bladder stone removals
  • Eye surgeries (i.e. cherry eye, eyelid tumor removal)
  • Foreign body removal
  • Exploratory surgery
  • And more

Orthopedic Surgery

  • Cranial cruciate ligament repairs
  • Patella luxation repairs
  • Fracture repairs

For more complex orthopedic procedures, we will refer our patients to a trusted local specialist.

Safety First for Dog and Cat Surgeries

Surgery does not come without its risks, but with our care and expertise, we’re able to minimize those risks for every dog and cat surgery. We take steps similar to those in human medicine including pre-anesthetic blood work, stabilizing your pet with warmed IV fluids, monitoring them with extensive equipment, and assigning a veterinary technician to be with them from start to finish.

Pet Pain Management and At Home Care

We give pain medication before, during, and after surgery so your pet is in minimal discomfort. We also may recommend a laser therapy session to reduce pain and swelling and speed up the healing process.

While they’re recovering, your pet should stay in a secure, quiet place (such as their crate) for the first 24 hours after their operation. This allows them to recover completely from the anesthesia. The following week or so, you’ll also need to keep your pet from any rambunctious behavior, which could cause pain or tear their sutures. We’ll give you detailed instructions when you pick your pet up from surgery.

If you have questions or concerns about your dog or cat’s upcoming surgery, or your pet’s recovery process if they’ve recently undergone a procedure, please contact us at (281) 471-6834.

Pet going home after dog surgery