Spay & Neuter:
After your pet reaches 6 months of age, you may want to consider getting him/her spayed or neutered. This ensures that there will not be any incidental breeding and also prevent testicular or ovarian cancers and other disorders involving the reproductive organs.
St. Francis Pet Hospital team is trained in handling the needs of any elective or emergency surgical procedures we offer routine spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats.
If your pet is in need of any other surgical procedure, we offer many different surgery options, such as lump removal, foreign body removal, abdominal surgery, among many others.
Dr. Bal has special interest in soft tissue surgeries including tumor removals, gastrotomy, enterotomy, foreign body removal, cystotomy/urinary bladder surgery, stone removal, and intra-abdominal tumor removal.
At St. Francis Pet Hospital, your pet’s safety and comfort are priority. We use the best and proven protocols of pain-management by both inhalant (isoflurane) and injectable drugs. Patient monitoring is performed by using anesthesia monitors.
Don’t hesitate to contact us at 780-478-7077 if you have any questions about your pet’s surgical needs.