Dog Veterinarians Who Really Care
At Pet Surgery Center of Fort Lauderdale, our approach to canine veterinary medicine revolves around a comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care program, aimed at ensuring the highest quality of life for your dog.
A Comprehensive Approach To Canine Veterinary Medicine
We understand that a dog veterinarian is only as good as his or her ability to successfully prevent, diagnose, and treat whatever ailment a dog may be facing. Equally as important is our ability to listen and communicate well with owners to make sure they understand their dog's health concerns and how to make the best choices for their dog. This is why our dog hospital is capable of handling any procedure, including dentistry, specialty surgeries, and emergency services.
We specialize in the following dog health services for dogs of all ages, breeds, and circumstances:
- Anesthesia: We have the facilities, equipment, medicine, and knowledge to ensure your dog stays as safe as possible while under anesthesia
- Dental care: Our knowledge and dental experience help us prevent and treat your dog's dental conditions, including periodontal disease
- Emergency care: We are able to manage any surgical emergency your dog may experience
- Laboratory tests: Our in-house laboratory testing services mean faster and more accurate diagnostics or treatment for your dog
- Microchip ID: Our professional microchip ID services can be performed while your dog is anesthetized for their procedure.
- Pain management: We specialize in customized, effective, and compassionate pain management for your dog regardless of age, ability or condition
- Pregnancy: Our extensive experience can help your dog have a successful pregnancy, as well as a happy, healthy litter of puppies
- Spay or neuter: Our refined pre-surgical, surgical, and post-op care will provide your dog with the safest and most comfortable surgical procedure
- Surgery: Our facilities, expert surgeons, and technicians will make sure your dog is cared for before, during, and after surgery
- Vaccinations: While we recommend you maintain your dog's vaccinations with your primary care hospital, our veterinarians may require vaccinations prior to a procedure if your dog is overdue.