Pet Surgery

Langley Animal Clinic

Pet surgery is a daily occurrence at our Langley veterinary facility. These vet surgeries range from simple wound repairs, to complex abdominal surgery. We only use the safest anesthetic protocols and the most current techniques to make sure that your pet’s surgery is a success.

Common or Routine Pet Surgery

Lumpectomy-mass removal with or without Histopathology.
Histopathology is the examination of a sample of tissue or cells so by a pathologist under a microscope.

Eyes: “cherry-eye” repair, entropion correction, enucleation, keratectomy

Ears: Aural hematoma

Nose: Nasal fold resection


  • GDV-gastric dilation, also prophylactic gastropexy at time of spay or neuter
  • Stomach/intestinal – foreign object removal, biopsies, resections
  • Hernia repairs- umbilical, perineal or inguinal
  • Spleen removal
  • Bladder/urethral surgery-stone removal
  • Pyometra
  • Spays and neuters (see under spay and neuter)
  • Cesarean section

Joints Bones:
Fracture repairs: on all types of fractures, using plates, screws, pins, external fixators or splints
Cruciate Ligament Repairs (ACL): Extracapsular or Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA)
Luxating Patella Surgery

Dental Pet Surgery:
Cleft palate repair, tooth extraction

There are many reasons why your pet may be in pain. Some conditions may not need pet surgery, but it is important to bring your pet in to see a veterinarian right away to receive a proper diagnosis. If your pet is in pain and needs care, please contact us right away. Learn more about our Langley vet surgery hospital pet care.

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