Soft Tissue Surgery

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Soft Tissue Surgery at Eclipse Park Veterinary Surgery

Soft Tissue Surgery

Eclipse Park Vet - Soft Tissue Surgery

The highly skilled veterinarians at Eclipse Park Vets are experienced in all forms of soft tissue surgery and are committed to getting the best outcome for your pet’s health.

What is soft tissue surgery?

The body’s soft tissues are those parts not associated with the nervous (e.g. brain) and musculoskeletal (bone) systems. In our clinic, soft tissue surgery is a broad discipline encompassing many of the surgeries you will be familiar with.

Common soft tissue surgical procedures performed by our expert include pet desexing, large mass or lump removals, respiratory and chest surgery, heart surgery, liver surgery and intestinal surgery. Using advanced technology in our vet clinic many surgeries can be minimally invasive.

If your pet requires soft tissue surgery at Eclipse Park Vets, our friendly staff will explain to you exactly what’s involved and what you’ll need to do, but here are the basics.

Prior to the day of the procedure

We will email you an admission form and all pre-operative information a few days before the surgery. The day before, one of our friendly nurses will give you a call to make sure you understand everything and confirm the admission time with you.

In the morning

The pet will be admitted into our surgical ward in the morning. You can accompany your pet to help them settle in and our dedicated staff will be on hand to care for your pet. We’ll do a pre-anaesthetic exam, and usually sedate your pet a few hours before the surgery is scheduled.

During surgery

General anaesthesia will be administered by our expert surgeon, and surgery is performed under close observation from the team of experienced nursing staff. Vitals are monitored while our expert surgeon carries out the operation. We continue to monitor the pet during the recovery stage and they will be clean, dry, warm and settled in our state of the art practice.

What then?

In most cases pets are able to return home once they are awake, walking, and have their pain under control. If there are any concerns about a pet’s recovery we may keep them overnight – your pet’s health is our top priority. Once your pet has returned home, we’ll provide you with comprehensive post-surgery care instructions.

If you’re worried about your pet’s health, contact Eclipse Park Vets to make an appointment today.