Veterinary Surgery in Cary
General Surgery with Compassion & Respect
Since 1983, Chatham Animal Hospital has provided general surgical services in Cary. We take pride in delivering forward-thinking medical care tempered with compassion and respect. As a full-service animal hospital, we are able to offer a broad range of surgical services for cats and dogs. Our surgical suite is fully outfitted with the latest surgical technology, and our team of veterinarians are constantly trained in the latest techniques. At Chatham Animal Hospital, we understand that surgical care can be stressful for both you and your pet. We strive to help you and your pet get comfortable before your pet undergoes their procedure.
At Chatham Animal Hospital, we offer a range of surgical services, including:
We understand that surgical interventions for your pet can be stressful, if not even a little scary. Our team is here to help you put your mind at ease. We will answer any questions you might have about your pet’s upcoming procedure.
If your pet is scheduled for surgery and you still have questions, don’t wait to give us a call! Dial (919) 469-8114 orcontact us online to speak with our veterinary team.
The Importance of Aftercare
After your pet’s surgery, it is important that you understand the best ways to support them as they recover. Excellent aftercare is a key way to ensure that your pet’s surgery is successful.
Your veterinarian will send you home with a list of permissible activities and other tips to keep your pet safe and comfortable as they heal. Immediately following the surgery, we will let you know when it is safe for your pet to resume eating and drinking normally. Sometimes, pets will have to be slowly reintroduced to food so that they do not have a negative reaction to the anesthetic.
Depending on what kind of surgery your pet has had, things like running and jumping are strongly discouraged. Monitor your pet’s activity and keep them comfortable throughout their recovery. We recommend putting together a safe, comfortable space indoors for your pet to enjoy while they heal.
It is also important that you keep an eye on the surgical site for any signs of infection. If you notice that your pet’s incision is looking red and puffy, or if it begins oozing puss or blood, call us right away. Keep the area clean but avoid bathing your pet until your veterinarian gives you the all clear.
If you have any questions about your pet during their recovery, please do not hesitate to give us a call! We are here to help you help your pet heal quickly and correctly.
General Surgery at Chatham Animal Hospital
For forward-thinking surgical care in Cary, choose Chatham Animal Hospital. We are pleased to offer a broad range of surgical services that are tailored to meet your pet’s specific needs. Whether you are seeking a routine procedure such as a spay or neuter, or if your pet needs other surgical interventions, our team is here for you.
For more information about our surgical services, please call (919) 469-8114 or contact us online today!
Our team is passionate and committed to creating a safe haven for all pets and their families.
Our team consists of skilled and talented pet professionals providing each patient with the highest level of care and treatment in a warm and welcoming environment.
There is no place we would rather be than right here caring for your pets as if the were our own.
We would love to meet you and your pet and have you join our wonderful family of animals and their loving owners. Call our veterinarian in Cary to set up an appointment for a no-obligation consultation.
“I like that he called me to let me know everything went well and asked what my budget looked like before adding more tests that I couldn't afford! Very pleased.”- Amy M.
“Dr. David Krakowski is a superhero in Vet uniform. Have used Chatham Animal for 13 years and Dr. K's temperament, judgement and surgeon's hands have enabled me to sleep at night with my sick pups in his capable care.”- KADA
“The entire staff is so caring, thorough, and patient. I've been going to this practice for over 25 years, and have always felt like my pets are treated with the utmost care and concern.”- Stacie A.