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The surgery team at Hope Veterinary Specialists has board certified veterinary surgeons that have had extensive surgical training. Our surgery department takes a multidisciplinary approach to your pet’s ailments and works with you, your pet’s veterinarian, and our specialists in others services to provide the highest level of care. We use state-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge technologies to diagnose and treat your pet.
Why should my pet see a board certified surgeon?
The extra training and experience required to achieve specialist certification ensures that each doctor with such certification has the most current information and techniques available. A board certified veterinary surgeon has completed, in addition to undergraduate studies, 4 years in veterinary school, 1 year in an internship, and a minimum of 3 years in a surgical residency training program. But it doesn’t end there. Past their residency programs they have published research, completed credentialing by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS), and have passed a rigorous examination. After completing all these requirements, a surgeon is then considered a Diplomate of the ACVS and is honored with the credentials following their name. This also means Diplomats are held to a higher standard and are expected to provide advanced surgical care and expertise to all the pets referred to them.
We expect you to do your homework; after all, this is your furry best friend we are talking about. But we are confident in our team, and we know you will not be disappointed. We know you come to Hope VS for the quality of the medicine and the compassion of the staff. Your experience with our surgical department will not be any different.
The Hope VS surgical team is able to perform a large range of advanced surgical procedures including minimally invasive surgical alternatives to some routine surgical procedures, such as a female spay (ovariectomies) and stomach tacking (prophylactic gastropexies) for deep chested dogs prone to gastric dilation volvulus. Click on the links below for a list of the different conditions the surgical service at Hope VS is able to treat and the procedures they perform.
- Interventional radiology
- Neurologic surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Surgical oncology
If your pet has been diagnosed with one of these conditions and you are looking for a first, second, or even third opinion, please call us at your earliest convenience to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled, knowledgeable, board-certified surgeons.