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It’s minimally invasive.
We have done laser surgery for 20 years, in various species such as dogs, cats, horses, frogs, ferrets, fish, and many birds. The advantages are the decrease in blood loss, less pain and swelling, better healing, and usually decreased time under anesthesia.
It is not for all surgeries, but it is ideal for many of them. We use laser extensively soft palate reduction, stenotic nares, some tumor removals, and many other procedures.
Please note, we do not perform declawing of cats with any technique, including laser. If you are interested in having your cat declawed, we encourage you to speak to one of our veterinarians about why claws are so important to cats and alternatives to that procedure.
We always consult with our clients about what is best for their pet.