Veterinary Surgery in Everett
Compassionate Surgical Care for Your Pet
When your pet needs surgery to fix a health problem, you can rely on our compassionate veterinary team at Diamond Veterinary Hospital for comprehensive surgical care. As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited practice, we offer a broad range of services in our fully equipped surgical suite. Our highly trained veterinarians in Everett are here for you and your pet to ensure you feel informed and comfortable throughout the surgical process. Our goal is to help make surgery as stress-free as possible. We’ll walk you through every procedure and answer your questions. Ultimately, your pet’s health and wellbeing are our top priority.
Comprehensive Surgical Services
As an AAHA accredited animal hospital, Diamond Veterinary Hospital offers a wide range of surgical services to meet the specific health needs of your pet. Our veterinary team is highly trained to provide the highest quality of surgical care for your pets.
Diamond Veterinary Hospital performs a wide range of surgical procedures, including:
- Emergency procedures
- Spay and neuter
- Soft tissue surgeries
- Abscess surgery
- Laceration repair
- Tumor removal
- Dental extractions
The above list is by no means complete; we have the capabilities to treat a huge range of medical conditions. Your veterinarian in Everett will work with you to find the right treatment plan. We’ll be with you every step of the way.
Just as important as the surgery itself is the recovery. After your pet’s surgery is finished, our veterinary team will send you and your pet home with detailed aftercare instructions to ensure your pet heals comfortably, correctly, and quickly.
Post-surgical aftercare instructions will include tips for:
- Moderating activity – Your pet will need to limit their activity so that they don’t pull any stitches or re-injure themselves. We’ll let you know if your pet needs complete bed rest or if they’re able to engage in light activities.
- Resuming normal eating schedule – Depending on the anesthetic used during your pet’s procedure, your pet may not be able to resume eating or drinking right away. We’ll give you instructions on feeding and watering your pet post-surgery.
- Monitoring the incision – It’s important to keep an eye on the surgical area for signs of infection or inflammation. We’ll give you tips for keeping your pet from licking or scratching the area while they heal.
- Administering medication – We will likely send you home with medication for pain or antibiotics for your pet to keep them comfortable and healthy following their procedure. We will give you detailed instructions on dosage and timing.
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