Helping Dogs and Cats Live Better, Longer Lives with Surgery in Westfield, IN

A spay or neuter might be the only surgery your pet ever needs in their lifetime, but Coyne Veterinary Center can provide various advanced procedures for dogs and cats. Sometimes, surgery is the best solution to a health problem, whether that problem involves a large benign tumor or bladder stones. Our animal hospital is dedicated to making pet surgery a safe, seamless, low-stress experience for all our patients. When your pet’s quality of life depends on surgery, know that we’ll do everything we can to ensure they reap the most benefits from their procedure.

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Have concerns or questions about pursuing surgery for your pet? Need to schedule a post-surgery follow-up?
Call us today at (555) 555-5555.

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What to Expect when Your Pet Goes into Surgery

Surgery for your pet doesn’t have to be stressful. At Coyne Veterinary Center, safety and pain management are our highest priorities. Every dog and cat undergoing a procedure at our hospital receives treatment that is tailored to their needs.

  • We examine every pet prior to surgery to check for underlying conditions. In some cases we may also recommend blood testing.
  • Our team administers anesthesia, pain relief medication, and antibiotics based on your pet’s weight and medical history.
  • Pain medication is given before, during, and after surgery to minimize discomfort.
  • An experienced technician will be at your pet’s side throughout the surgery to monitor their vital signs.
  • At discharge, we will give you a list of instructions to follow at home to ensure a smooth recovery for your pet.
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Surgical Services Offered at Our Hospital

Our veterinarians and support staff use the latest technology and surgical protocols to perform a wide variety of procedures.

  • Spay and neuter
  • Bladder surgery (cystotomy)
  • Mass removal
  • Foreign body removal
  • Oral surgery
  • Wound repair
  • Skin tag removal
  • …and more

Why Spays and Neuters are Essential for a Healthy Pet Population

Dogs and cats should be spayed and neutered before they reach maturity to reduce their risk of developing reproductive cancers and exhibiting harmful behaviors. Furthermore, spaying and neutering is the most effective way to curb animal overpopulation and crowding in animal shelters. Without spaying and neutering, millions more animals would be needlessly euthanized each year. If you have questions about spaying or neutering or need to schedule an appointment, call (555) 555-5555.