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Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Separate Dog & Cat Waiting Rooms

Pet Surgery in Roseville, MN

Suburban Animal Hospital is able to provide a variety of pet surgery in Roseville, MN. Whether your dog or cat ate something that’s causing a blockage or has been badly injured, there’s real peace of mind in knowing that they’re in experienced hands with us. We use new and advanced anesthesia and monitoring equipment with the latest techniques and make your pet’s comfort our top priority. From before care to after care, you can trust us to give your pet compassionate medical attention.

We will only recommend dog or cat surgery if such a procedure is truly needed. These recommendations are based on your pet’s medical history, physical examination findings, as well as any diagnostic tests we’ve done. When the surgery is finished, we provide you with any pain medications your friend needs and instructions on how to help them heal. The types of surgeries we can do include:

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  • Foreign Body Removal
  • Bladder Stone Removal
  • Wound Repair
  • ACL Repairs
  • Mass Removal
  • Biopsy
  • Spaying and Neutering

Your Resource for Routine Cat and Dog Surgery

In addition to the reparative surgeries we offer, our veterinarians can perform a wide range of surgeries.

One of our more common surgical services is spaying and neutering, which prevents animals from reproducing. There’s an abundance of benefits to be gained from this procedure—both for your animal and you—and we’ll be happy to tell you all about them.

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Offering Orthopedic Options

Pets of all ages can develop problems with their joints. Most commonly we encounter older dogs who sustain knee injuries, namely acute cruciate ligament ruptures (ACL injury). In many cases pet orthopedic surgery may be recommended. We can perform a variety of knee joint stabilization techniques included TPLO, TTA, and extracapsular suture repair. Thorough orthopedic examination and imaging such x-rays can help definitively identify ACL damage. Based upon findings of these diagnostics the best surgical repair option for your pet would be recommended.