At CHEW Animal Clinic, we offer a range of surgical procedures. Below are a list of some 

  • Spays and neuters

  • Dental cleanings and tooth extractions

  • Cystotomy

  • Enucleation, entropion and cherry eye repair

  • Tumor & lump removals

  • Laceration and abscess repairs

  • Intestinal blockage / foreign body removals

  • Orthopedics (amputations, fracture repairs, Medial Patellar Luxation, Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) and more

CONFIRM YOUR PETS SURGERY/DENTAL
If a man aspires towards a righteous life, his first act of abstinence is from injury to animals.
- Albert Einstein
We take your pet’s safety seriously and utilize individualized protocols for medicating and anesthetizing your pet.On the morning of any anesthetic procedure, we will ask you to fast your pet for 8 hours prior to check in. The surgeon will examine your pet to ensure there are no health concerns that may affect the procedure. This examination may include pre-anesthetic lab testing, depending on your pet’s risk and your wishes.If no concerns are identified, your pet will be given a pre-medication that will consist of pain medication and sedation so that they may relax and feel at ease while they are prepared for their procedure.Every pet is monitored throughout the procedure with real-time data, so that the first sign of any change can be addressed as quickly as possible. Upon completion of the procedure, we begin to wake up your pet from anesthesia. We aim to make this as gentle as possible providing physical contact with your pet, and helping your pet rest comfortably until he or she is able to regain control over movement and swallowing. Pain control is essential to your pet’s comfort before, during, and after a procedure.We use a combination of medications and delivery routes to ensure your pet is as pain-free as possible. Your pet may receive local anesthetics and intravenous, CRI (constant rate infusion), subcutaneous, intramuscular, and/or oral pain medication