Step Into The Future
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, and usually decreased time under anesthetic (which reduces what our clients need to pay). It is not for all surgeries, but it is ideal for many of them.
We use laser extensively for declawing cats, dew claw removal, soft palate reduction, and stenotic nares plastic procedures. Many skin tumors and cysts are easily removed with the laser. We always consult with our clients about what is best for their pet.