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Collierville, TN 38017 US

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Pet Surgery With Your Collierville Veterinarian

At Collierville Animal Clinic, your Collierville veterinarian is passionate about helping pets live long and healthy lives. If your pet needs veterinary surgery, our team will work hard to keep them comfortable, reduce their risks, and perform each procedure with the utmost care and precision. We offer the following pet surgery procedures at Collierville Animal Clinic.

cat with veterinarian in collierville before pet surgery

Spay and Neuter Surgeries With A Veterinarian in Collierville

Pet overpopulation is still a big problem, and we do our part by providing spaying and neutering for pets. Your veterinarian in Collierville recommends this routine procedure for all patients, because it doesn't just prevent unwanted litters; it also reduces their risks of some cancers, behavioral problems, and other health risks.

Orthopedic Pet Surgery

From hip replacements for aging pets to emergency fixations for broken paws, our orthopedic surgery services make it possible for pets to regain mobility and strength in their joints. Our veterinary surgeons have years of experience with orthopedic pet surgery, and they will make sure your pet's bones and

Endoscopic Pet Surgery

At our state-of-the-art surgery center, we're proud to embrace technologies that reduce our patients' risks and recover times. That's why we offer many procedures via endoscopic incisions. Endoscopic surgery is useful for both diagnosis and treatment, because it is much less invasive and requires smaller incisions to see and operate inside your pet's organs. If your cat or dog swallows an object or has a growth in her lungs, we may perform an endoscopic surgery.

Emergency Vet Care and Surgeries

We offer emergency surgery on-site during office hours, including foreign body removals, soft tissue surgery, and orthopedic surgeries. If your pet is suffering from a life-threatening injury or any other condition that requires immediate surgical intervention, your Collierville veterinarian (or one of our other veterinarians) will do their best to perform the procedure right away.

If your pet needs emergency medical attention after hours, don't hesitate to call. Our veterinarians keep their phones on at night for emergency purposes, and we have an emergency animal hospital in Cordova. We may refer you to this partner facility if you need urgent care after-hours. 

Follow-Up Care for Pet Surgeries

Each veterinarian in Collierville Animal Clinic goes above and beyond to keep track of our patients' health and wellness. After your pet's procedure, your veterinarian will call you at home to see how they're doing and schedule regular check-ups to monitor their progress. We will also help you take care of your pet after surgery, answering any questions you might have about medication, dressings, check-ups, or any special food or lifestyle adjustments that may help them recover more smoothly.

Contact Your Collierville Veterinarian Today!

Our Collierville veterinarians work in a central location for your convenience. We perform surgery on pets throughout the surrounding Tennessee area, including Memphis, Germantown, Piperton, Lakeland, and Olive Branch. Call Collierville Animal Clinic at (901) 853-8519 to schedule an appointment with a veterinarian or learn more about our pet surgery center. We look forward to helping your pets heal. 

New patients receive a free wellness exam.

Clinic/Surgery: 901-853-8519
Pet Resort: 901-854-1500

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