High Point Veterinary Surgery
Advanced Procedures to Support Your Pet’s Health
High Point Animal Hospital can perform a wide range of veterinary surgeries to treat your pet and support their recovery. We have extensive experience in many procedures, and we ensure your pet’s comfort with adequate sedation solutions during any surgery we handle. Our staff members are here to address any questions or concerns you may have about your pet’s health and treatment plan.
Our High Point team always provides you with post-operative care instructions to help your pet heal, and we schedule follow-up appointments to monitor their progress. You can bring your pet to our office Monday through Friday, from 7.30 am to 5.30 pm, and on Saturday until 1 pm.
Common Types of Veterinary Surgery
Specific veterinary surgeries specialize in various body parts:
- Orthopedic: bones and joints
- Soft tissue: internal organs, muscles, skin, and other connective tissues
- Neurologic: nervous system
- Cardiac: cardiovascular system
At High Point Animal Hospital, we always conduct a thorough physical examination and pre-operative testing to determine what procedure is appropriate for your pet. Our on-site lab makes it easier for you and our staff to get accurate results quickly.
Common pet surgical procedures include:
- Benign or cancerous mass removal
- Skin abscess
- Fracture or wound repair
- Dental extractions
- Internal bleeding
- Foreign body extraction
- Knee ligament (ACL) rupture repair
- Bladder stones removal
Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet
Sterilization is a safe and common procedure that prevents your pet from reproducing. During a spaying surgery, veterinarians remove a female cat’s or dog’s uterus and ovaries. In the case of a neutering procedure, your provider will remove your male dog’s or cat’s testicles.
Spaying and neutering have many health benefits:
- A longer and healthier life
- Reduced risk of indoor marking and aggressive behavior for males
- Decreased risk of testicular cancer and prostate disease for males
- No heat cycles for females
- Significantly reduced risk of mammary, ovarian, and uterine cancer for females
We believe in the value of spaying and neutering your pet for the health benefits sterilization offers and to limit pet overpopulation. This is why we support local animal shelters and participate in spaying and neutering assistant programs.
“I had a very sick kitten and I could not have found a better veterinarian!! The whole office was great and very kind and understanding about my situation! I would recommend this veterinary hospital to anyone with a pet!”- Carrie W.
“Wonderful vet. Very well run organization”- Cecil S.
“Wonderful customer service, best pet assistance I ever had, super compatible service fees. strongly recommend.”- Valentina G.