Just like humans, sooner or later, most pets require surgery. Surgery can be an important part of emergency animal care, and there are many elective procedures that can be used to help your pet lead a healthier, happier life.

At Saratoga Veterinary Hospital, we’re proud to provide a wide range of animal surgeries to pets of all stripes. From operating our spay and neuter clinic to mass removals, cystotomy and more, we do what is necessary to keep your pet in the best possible health.
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Complete Care for Your Pet

Surgery can be worrisome for pets and their owners. However, you can rest assured that our pet hospital will provide the best possible care for your furry friend. We have advanced equipment available for all surgeries, including patient warning systems, EKGs, heart and blood pressure monitors, and advanced anesthesia equipment. We’ll keep your pet comfortable and provide complete care before, during, and after the surgery.
We are able to offer all of the following kinds of surgery for your pet:
• Abdominal Exploratory
• Cat Declawing
• Cherry Eye
• Cystotomy
• Dewclaw Removal
• Gastrotomy/Enterotomy
• Mass Removals
• Tail Docking
• And More
We also want to bring attention to our spay and neuter clinic. We recommend that most pets be spayed or neutered and are happy to provide excellent care throughout the process.
Learn more about our clinic and the benefits of spaying or neutering your pet by clicking here.

Make an Appointment to Utilize Our San Jose, CA Veterinarian Services Today

The veterinary team at our animal hospital understands that it might be tough hearing your pet needs surgery. We make sure to take into consideration the age of the pet, their general health, potential complications, potential outcomes, recovery time, and post-op care. We talk you through the options so you know exactly what to expect and can make the best decision for your furry friend.

If you’re looking for a center for pet surgery in San Jose, CA, look no further. Turn to Saratoga Veterinary Hospital. We would be happy to examine your pet, explain the risks and benefits of any surgery we think will be helpful, and ensure that your pet receives the best care throughout the process. Let us help your pet feel better! Contact us today.