Hours of operation
MON- FRI 8am to 5 pm
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
All Appointments scheduled via phone or email correspondence
What is a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon?
In addition to undergraduate studies and four years of veterinary school, Board Certified Surgeons undergo at least one internship and a surgical residency for an additional four to five years of specialized training in surgery. The American College of Veterinary Surgeons or ACVS is the certifying organization in the United States responsible for assessing a veterinarian’s ability as a surgery specialist. You can check a veterinarian’s ACVS status at www.acvs.org. A veterinarian, who uses the term specialist and is not a Diplomate of the ACVS, is not a specialist in surgery.
Do You Provide Pet Wellness and Basic Veterinary Care?
No. About the only thing that we will do that your Veterinarian could do is a toe nail trim on your pet while they are under anesthesia. We encourage you to have a good working relationship with a Family (General) Veterinarian.
Appointments after a Pet has been released from care.
We will release a Pet from our Care pertaining to the surgery when we are satisfied with the outcome. This is generally within 8-10 weeks from surgery. Future appointments after a pet has been released are available generally within 7-10 days. In most instances, we have found the questions arising from the need to have a future appointment can be handled by your Veterinarian and if necessary via consultation with us on the phone.