Our experienced team of doctors and veterinary technicians provide compassionate surgical care to our patients. We maximize your pet’s comfort by customizing their pain management therapy, ensuring your pet is comfortable before, during, and after their surgical procedure.
We are equipped with a state-of-the-art surgical suite with advanced anesthetic monitoring equipment, and our surgeons and anesthesia technicians ensure in every way possible – that your pet will have a safe anesthesia. Our surgical services include both soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery. Some of the surgical procedures we perform are:
- Spay (Ovariohysterectomy)
- Neuter (Orchiectomy)
- Liver Tumors
- Intestinal Tumors
- Mammary Tumors
- Rectal/Anal Tumors
- Skin Tumors/Mast Cell Tumors
- Splenic Tumors
- Fracture Repair
- Dewclaw Removal
- Declaw (Onychectomy)
- Bladder Surgery
- Urethra Surgery
Soft Tissue Surgery
- Abdominal Exploratory
- Anal Sacculectomy
- Gastrointestinal Surgery
- Hernia Repair
- Lateral Ear Canal Resection
- Eye Surgery/Enucleation
- Splenic Surgery
- Stenotic Nares Resection
Questions and concerns
Surgery and the need for anesthesia can be a source of anxiety and stress for many pet owners. If you have any questions or concerns please call. We’d be happy to address any concerns you may have about your pet’s care.
What days do you perform surgery?
We provide our scheduled surgical service Tuesday – Thursday. We can provide emergency surgical services every day during our normal operating hours between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday through Friday, and Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
What should I expect the day of surgery?
On their scheduled day of surgery, we admit your pet to our hospital between 8:00 am and 9:00 am. We instruct that your pet should not be fed the night before surgery after 6:00 pm. Water should be removed the following morning. We are happy to admit your pet to our hospital the day before surgery for convenience if your schedule does not permit a morning appointment.
The technician who will be attending to your pet’s needs throughout the day will discuss the surgical plan for your pet and discuss the pre-anesthetic tests recommended by the doctor, most commonly blood work to assess your pet’s metabolic health, and an EKG to ensure your pet’s heart health.
Can I bring my pet's personal items?
We provide comfortable bedding for your pet during their stay at our hospital. We welcome you to bring along a special blanket or toy for your pet, but please keep in mind that due to the nature of the surgery, their personal items are likely to become soiled. We recommend you keep their belongings at home to aid in their comfort during recovery at home.
Can I call to check on my pet's status?
We welcome you to call to check on your pet at any time. The surgery technician who is attending to your pet will call you once your pet is recovering from their surgical procedure. We can also send you text updates if you prefer.
Can I visit my pet in the hospital?
For many of our surgical procedures, we discharge our patients the same day their surgery is performed. If we recommend an extended hospital stay for your pet after surgery, visits are permitted. If you wish to visit your pet, please inform the surgery technician so arrangements can be made to ensure the best care and comfort for your pet.
Does my pet have 24-hour care?
We do not have 24-hour care at our facility. If our doctor recommends intensive care for your pet, we will refer your pet to one of the emergency and referral hospitals in our area. Visit our referral hospital page to find out more.
When will my pet be able to go home?
We discharge our patients by appointment with your pet’s surgery technician, primarily in the afternoons after 4 pm, Monday through Thursday. The time of your pet’s discharge will vary depending on our surgery schedule and the nature of your pet’s procedure.
I am overwhelmed by the compassion and understanding at Confederate Woods. I truly feel that each staff member is genuinely interested and concerned with the care of my pets.Client Testimonial