Houston Veterinary Surgery
Meeting the Surgical Needs of Every Pet
When your pet needs surgery of any kind, it can be scary and overwhelming. The highly trained, compassionate staff at Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic is here to guide you and your pet through this process. We work hard to make sure both you and your pet feel safe and comfortable, which is why we’ll walk you through the procedure and answer any questions you might have about what will happen. After your pet’s surgery, we’ll teach you the best ways to care for them so their recovery can be smooth and painless.
If your pet has an upcoming surgical procedure and you have questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (281) 488-0789. We want you to feel safe and comfortable!
Routine & Non-Routine Surgical Services
As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited hospital, Clear Lake City Veterinary Clinic boasts a full-service surgical suite, enabling our Houston veterinarians to treat your pet with the highest quality of care. When we recommend a surgical procedure for your pet, we have their best interests at heart. We will never recommend a surgical procedure that will not benefit your pet’s quality of life.
Our surgical services include:
- Foreign body removal
- Mass removal
- Spay and neuter
- Femoral head ostectomy
The above list is just a small sample of the many surgeries our compassionate veterinary team can perform. Whatever your pet needs, our Houston veterinarians are ready and able to help your pet.
Recovering from Surgery
It’s important you ensure that your pet follows our recovery recommendations in order to heal quickly and correctly. We will provide you with detailed instructions for your pet’s post-surgical care and answer any questions you might have about their recovery. We want your pet back on all fours as quickly and as painlessly as possible!
We will provide instructions on:
- Moderating your pet’s activity levels
- Providing a comfortable place to rest
- Cleaning and monitoring the surgical area
- Preventing your pet from licking or scratching their incision
We will also help you understand what to do if you suspect your pet’s incision is infected. If you notice your pet acting lethargic, or if your pet isn’t eating, call us right away to schedule a follow up appointment as your pet may be experiencing an infection. We will help you get them back on the road to good health with thorough and compassionate aftercare.
Serving the Community Since 1977
AAHA Accredited & High Quality Care
Experienced, Caring & Compassionate Staff
Extensive Variety of Services Offered