Soft tissue surgeries are fairly common and it’s likely that at some point during your pet’s life, they will need one of these procedures. With large, well equipped surgery and recovery facilities as well as a highly skilled and experienced team of veterinary surgeons and vet nurses, Vets in Cranbourne guarantee the best possible health outcome for your pet.

Some of the soft tissue procedures we perform at Vets in Cranbourne include:

  • Castrations (male de-sexing)
  • Speys (female de-sexing)
  • Skin tumour removals
  • Ear surgery
  • Skin biopsies
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Oral surgery
  • Abscess surgery
  • Anal gland surgery/removal

At Vets in Cranbourne, the health of your pet comes before everything else so you can be confident that when you book your pet in for a procedure with us, they will receive the highest standard of care in our state of the art hospital. Soft tissue procedures usually only require day admission to our hospital so you will be able to drop off your pet in the morning and pick them up the same afternoon. We’ll be in touch to let you know how everything went as soon as your pet wakes up.

If you have already booked your pet in for a soft tissue procedure at Vets in Cranbourne, you might like to read our page on before and after surgery care so you’re prepared for helping your pet through the recovery process when you bring them home.

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