Surgery for the Patients of the Animal Emergency Hospital of Central CT
Many veterinary emergencies require some type of surgery. The surgical procedure may be something as simple as stitching up a laceration or bite wound, or may be a more complicated procedure such as removing a foreign object.
The type of surgery that can be performed at the Animal Emergency Hospital of Central CT is:
- Caesarean Section
- Abdominal Exploratory
- Gastrointestinal Foreign Body
- Laceration and Wound Repair
No matter what your pet's emergency requires, our staff of emergency veterinarians and technicians are at your service and they are ready to perform whatever treatment your cat or dog's condition may require.
To ensure the success of your pet's surgical procedure, Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut will run appropriate diagnostic screenings. To manage your pet's pain as best we can, we give the proper dosage of any medications that may be required, and, of course, we ensure that we are always focused on treating the root cause of your pet's emergency.
Additionally, we will always give you complete instructions for post-surgical care and any medications needed for a successful recovery.
Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut is also able to give your cat or dog a blood transfusion, if necessary, and offers life-saving oxygen therapy for our patients who are struggling to breathe.
Whatever your pet's emergency, you can rest assured that Animal Emergency Hospital of Central Connecticut is fully equipped to provide your beloved pet with the best possible care.
"Thank you for all your kindness and all the attention you gave us. You are a wonderful and compassionate group of dedicated people."
"Dr. Jason Haviar and Sarah were wonderful. Thank you so much for helping Abby feel better!"
"The Animal ER techs helped me and Bailey through his seizure. Thank you."
"Dear Dr. Haviar...you helped us when another hospital could not. Cooper's leg is healing nicely!!!"
"To the staff of the Animal ER Hospital of Central CT...Smokey is recuperating after surgery. The rubber bands you took out of his stomach, don't seem to have slowed him down much. He's been hunting on my dresser for more!"