Veterinary surgery is one the most critical facets of care at Hometown Veterinary Hospital in Brandon, Mississippi. Our compassionate veterinarians have many years of successful surgical experience, and they will bring that same level of care and expertise to your pet as well.
Before all surgical procedures, our doctors recommend running blood work to help ensure your pet is healthy enough for surgery. Our advanced laboratory can determine the blood chemistry levels to assess the overall health of your furry family member’s liver and kidneys and pancreas. Complete blood counts are also recommended to determine red and white cell counts, as well as platelet levels. While any veterinary surgery carries a degree of risk, the laboratory at Hometown Veterinary Hospital helps to confirm that your pet is healthy enough for anesthesia.
Pets hurt and feel pain in the same way people do during a surgical event. Pain preventative medication is required before any surgical event at Hometown Veterinary Hospital. Our compassionate veterinarians want to keep all of their furry patients as comfortable as possible during any surgery.
When your pet is in need of surgery ranging from spay and neuters to complex procedures in Brandon and the surrounding areas of Mississippi, you can count on the caring hands of our doctors and their compassionate staff. Call one of our experienced team members to schedule your furry family member’s surgery today.