Clent Hills’ veterinary surgeons are highly skilled and experienced in a wide range of surgical procedures. Your pet will be taken care of by our dedicated vets and nurses, using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.
If there’s a procedure that requires a more specialised surgeon, we have a UK-wide network of veterinary referral centres we can refer your pet to.
Routine & elective procedures
Routine and elective procedures we regularly perform at Clent Hills Vets include spays and castrations, dental procedures, lump removal, c-sections, and exploratory biopsies.
Orthopaedic surgery is used to treat conditions involving the musculoskeletal system E.G. fractures, cruciate ligament tears, hip & elbow dysplasia.
Sometimes likened to ‘plastic surgery’ procedures, some pets (mainly dogs) require corrective surgery to improve their quality of life.
Some pets are born with or develop conditions that are typically a result of their breed characteristics. For many dogs, years of breeding to develop a certain physical appearance over healthiness, has resulted in breed characteristics becoming exaggerated. The pug is a clear example of this.
Plastic surgery-style procedures are often used to correct these conditions and alleviate suffering. Clent Hills Vets can refer your pet to a number of clinics around the country should they need more specialist treatment than is available at our practices.