Pet Surgery

At All Creatures Pet Hospital, our skilled and compassionate veterinarians are dedicated to providing high-quality surgical care in a safe and nurturing environment. From routine procedures to more complex surgical interventions, we combine advanced techniques with personalized attention to ensure the best possible outcome.

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Ensuring Safe Surgeries: Pre-Operative Precautions & Comfort

All Creatures Pet Hospital offers veterinary surgical services to pet owners in Gardendale, Fultondale, and Birmingham, AL. Our state-of-the-art surgical suite is equipped with innovative tools that enable us to provide excellence in operating procedures for your pet. Dr. Hankes always recommends running blood work for each pet prior to undergoing surgery. Blood work can determine if your pet’s liver and kidneys are functioning properly so that anesthesia can be administered as safely as possible. During the pre-operative procedure, pain medication is given to keep your pet as comfortable as possible during surgery.

Before and after the procedure, your pet’s vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygen levels, are continuously monitored by our veterinary team. At the conclusion of the treatment, your pet will be kept warm and will continue to be monitored during their recovery period.

Dr. Hankes has more than 23 years of successful surgical experience. Rest assured that your pet will be in skilled hands.

The All Creatures Pet Hospital Difference

Choosing All Creatures Pet Hospital for your pet’s surgery offers several key advantages:

Experienced Surgical Team

Our veterinarians have extensive experience in performing a wide range of surgical procedures. They stay current with the latest advancements in veterinary surgery to ensure the best care for your pet.

Advanced Surgical Facilities

All Creatures Pet Hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art surgical suites and monitoring equipment. This allows us to maintain the highest standards of safety and precision during surgery.