Our skilled surgical teams, including board certified surgeons and highly trained veterinary technicians, make Ethos a great choice for your pet’s veterinary surgery.
Our dedicated surgical teams, including board certified surgeons and highly trained veterinary technicians, along with leading technologies and commitment to healing, make Ethos a great choice for your pet’s veterinary surgery. Your veterinarian may recommend a consultation for a variety of orthopedic concerns such as complex fractures, hip or knee issues, ligament injuries, or intervertebral disc problems (neck, back, lumbar). In addition, our surgeons are skilled in all areas of advanced soft tissue and oncologic surgery. Many of the more complex procedures may involve the major organs (liver, lungs, kidneys, spleen, urinary system) and tumor removal. Whenever possible, minimally invasive techniques such as arthroscopic joint surgery and laparoscopic procedures are used. Whatever the need, Ethos’ board certified surgeons have the expertise to successfully handle your pet’s veterinary surgery.
Every surgery suite is fully equipped with the latest surgical monitoring and anesthetic equipment.
Our veterinary surgery services and procedures include:
- Cesarean Section (C-Section)
- Neurologic Surgery
- Spine fractures
- Disc ruptures
- Oncologic Surgery
- Removal of tumors
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Fracture repair
- Sports Medicine
- Plastic, reconstructive surgery and advanced wound care
- Soft Tissue Surgery
Our surgical facility is operational 24-hours a day. During surgery your pet is monitored at all times using both modern equipment and experienced human observation. Your pet’s recovery from anesthesia and post-surgical treatment is managed and monitored by our experienced team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians 24-hours per day. Warm cages, heating pads, and human companionship help make your pet comfortable during his or her time at our hospital.
Check out our blog, Veterinary Surgery: Behind the Scenes, for a glimpse into all the care our patients receive when hospitalized for surgery.