Skilled Surgical Solutions for Tigard Area Pets

There are few times a pet owner feels more helpless than when a pet needs surgery. At Community Pet Hospital, we understand your concerns and offer our compassion, skill, and expertise to bring your pet back to optimal health when surgery is necessary. 

What to Expect From the Surgical Procedure

Prior to surgery, your pet will typically undergo complete pre-anesthetic blood tests. These tests are critical for determining any underlying ailments that may have gone undetected. Once we are assured your pet is well enough for anesthesia, we go forward with the surgery. On the day of your pet’s surgery, we administer sedation to keep your pet calm and comfortable during the pre-op preparations. The anesthesia is increased once the surgery is underway. Throughout your pet’s surgery, a technician monitors all his or her vital signs closely and keeps the veterinarian apprised of any changes. We also use a heated surgical table during the surgery, which not only reduces stress but also ensures your pet stays warm and comfortable while maintaining a healthy temperature.

Pain management is incredibly important to us, as we know that a pain-free animal is a happy animal. Once your pet is well enough to leave the hospital, we send medication to ease his or her pain at home and help facilitate a speedy recovery for your furry friend. Our pharmacy offers the convenience of filling your pet’s prescription without any extra stop on the way home. We also send home detailed post-surgical instructions. If you have questions, our staff is available to address your concerns. Please feel free to call us anytime.

Traditionally, veterinarians use standard surgical tools, but advancements in technology have allowed us to replace those with state-of-the-art equipment and improved monitoring techniques. The surgical laser offers many advantages, and we recommend laser surgery for the following:

  • Declawing
  • Ear and eyelid surgery
  • Tumor removal
  • Oral surgery

Our veterinary surgeons are well qualified for the following surgeries:

  • Soft tissue, including masses or tumors
  • Intra-abdominal
  • Foreign body removal
  • Airway obstruction
  • Dental surgery
  • Wound repair
  • Emergency surgery
  • Gastrointestinal (GI)
  • Oncology surgery

Rest assured, the staff at Community Pet Hospital will closely monitor your pet before, during, and after any surgical procedure. Our ultimate goal is to ensure your pet is back to his or her normal, happy, healthy self as quickly as possible.

Contact Us

Community Pet Hospital

Location

13500 SW Pacific Hwy, Ste 54 Tigard, OR 97223

Clinic Hours

Mon-Friday: 8AM-6PM
Sat 8 AM- 5PM, Sun: Closed