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When your beloved pet needs surgery, you want to know that the veterinary team on duty has the right skills and experience to perform surgery and safeguard your pet's health before and after the procedure. You deserve this peace of mind when making the difficult decision to put your pet through surgery.
The skilled surgical team at Alta Rancho Pet & Bird Hospital has over 25 years of experience performing a range of soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries on dogs, cats, birds, and other pets of Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Ontario, Claremont, Fontana, and the entire Inland Empire. Learn more about the surgical facilities and surgical services from our pet hospital.
At Alta Rancho, we have a fine veterinary surgical suite that rivals what you would find at people hospitals. Our electronic monitoring systems allow our staff to watch over your pet before, during, and after the surgery and respond quickly to any needs that arise. We have access to the latest in pet anesthetic technology and will keep your pet fully sedated and comfortable during the surgery and subsequent recovery. Whatever type of surgery your pet is receiving, our comfortable atmosphere and state-of-the-art surgical suite minimizes complications, protects your pet's safety, and allows for a safe path to recovery.
Our veterinarian surgical team has experience with a full range of pet surgical services, including cancer detection and treatment. Cancer is the leading cause of death for older dogs and the second leading cause of death for senior cats. If your pet has just received a cancer diagnosis, it doesn't have to mean the end. We offer surgical services for tumor removal, tumor reduction, laser ablation, and chemotherapy.
Cancer detection and surgery is tailored to your pet's specific needs. Our veterinarians will examine your pet and perform a range of blood, urine, and imaging tests to gather as much information as possible about the tumor. At this point, we will also biopsy the tumor.
Then, our veterinarians will use the test results to draw up an individualized treatment plan that seeks to extend your pet's life in the fullest manner possible. At this point, our veterinary services team will also discuss your pet's prognosis, the treatment plan, and any complications that may arise so you are fully informed and know what to expect.
Many tumors respond positively to these surgical services. Our veterinarians can heal your pet or add more quality time and make your pet more comfortable during his or her golden years. To learn more about how surgical services for cancer can help your pet, just ask our skilled veterinary staff next during your next visit.
Veterinary surgical techniques are changing all the time, and we do our best to keep up with the current best practices to safeguard our patients. We love helping our pets enjoy the best quality of life during their senior years, so please contact us at (909) 980-3575 to find out how we can help if your pet needs surgery.