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Surgical suite

Advanced Surgical Techniques in Top-Notch Facility

At Westside Animal Hospital, we use only the safest, most advanced surgical techniques and procedures in our top-notch, AAHA-accredited facility.

Whether your pet is scheduled for surgery or the situation is an emergency, we carefully screen your pet prior to any procedure as an added measure of safety. You can rest assured knowing our team of professionals provides your pet with support from pre-op to post-op.

Our compassionate staff prioritizes patient safety, uses appropriate pain management methods, and uses current surgical techniques.

Common surgical procedures include:

  • Spaying/neutering
  • Bone fracture repair
  • Removal of foreign objects
  • Dental surgery
  • Amputation
  • Tumor removal

The surgical suite at Westside Animal Hospital is equipped with a heated surgery table to help maintain your pet’s appropriate body temperature. We also adhere to strict anesthesia protocols published by AAHA.

While your pet is receiving anesthesia, our trained veterinary technicians monitor your pet’s heart rate, blood pressure, reflexes, oxygen level, and temperature to ensure your pet's treatment goes smoothly.

When necessary, we provide medical boarding so your pet receives appropriate post-op treatment and rest before returning home.

When your pet needs surgery, know the dedicated professionals at Westside Animal Hospital are committed to providing the highest standards of care.

To learn more about our surgical capabilities, please call us anytime.

We had to take our dog to see Dr. Murphy for the worst of all reasons… Dr. Murphy was kind and compassionate and nonjudgmental regarding our choice to let her go. He understood our feelings and was respectful to our pet and to us. He and his staff were so kind and thoughtful to my wife and me and our beloved pet…
— Paul

Our team is Fear Free℠ certified, and our hospital is one of the few practices in Rochester accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.

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