We take special care of all of our surgical patients. Our staff will meet with you the day of to discuss options for the anesthetic procedures. We perform bloodwork and necessary testing prior and use a tailored anesthetic protocol for each patient. A certified veterinary technician monitors the whole time utilizing equipment to check heart, breathing, oxygen, and temperature. Post-op care is customized to each pet and procedure. Our doctors are highly skilled surgeons – offering a wide range of surgical procedures from a routine ovariohysterectomy (spay) or castration (neuter) to complicated orthopedic procedures, mass removals, and emergency procedures.

Spay and Neuter

There are many benefits to spaying and neutering your pet including population control, a reduced risk of certain cancers, and prevention or reduction of unwanted behaviors and aggression. The Veterinarian will do a thorough exam and determine the appropriate time to schedule their spay and neuter. Typical recommendation is around 6 months old.


We are able to offer orthopedic surgeries to our clients. We offer CCL repair, fracture (broken bone) repair, and patella surgery. Our Veterinarians have done extra training and continuing education courses on orthopedic surgeries to stay up to date with the latest procedures. Dr. Jason Kennell has completed additional training to fix CCL injuries and perform patella wedge resections.