We understand that having your pet undergo surgery can be a stressful experience. At Creekside Animal Clinic, we do everything possible to make your beloved companion's experience stress-free and comfortable.
Utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, we perform a wide range of pet surgeries to identify common problems or ailments quickly and accurately - from spay and neuter and dental cleanings to more complex veterinary surgical procedures.
Some of the most common veterinary surgeries include:
We're excited to offer our patients Laser Therapy to help reduce pain and inflammation and speed up healing. Laser therapy is a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment option to help with post-surgery pain (spay/neuter, dental procedures, etc.) and acute and chronic conditions including arthritis, fractures and wounds, degenerative joint disease and more.
Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma/injury or healing from wounds, we can help relieve your pet's pain.
At Creekside Animal Clinic, we practice using the most up-to-date anesthetic protocols and pain management modalities. For acute and chronic conditions, we use all our available and safe resources, including NSAIDs (non-steroidal medications) and oral and injectable analgesics for the complete comfort of your pet.
As your pet is being discharged from the hospital, you will be provided with detailed information on how to properly care for your pet at home before and after surgery. We are also happy to answer any questions or concerns that may arise once you get your pet home.
Make an appointment at Creekside Animal Clinic to ensure the health of your cat or dog’s surgery. You can call us at 330-825-9556 and one of our friendly staff members will help schedule an appointment for you!
We at Creekside Animal Clinic are already gearing up for Dental Health Month 2017. Periodontal disease is the most commonly diagnosed health issue in our companion animals. The doctors at Creekside offer the very best care to maintain your pet's oral health. "Bad breath" is a sign of periodontal disease, which is destruction of the anatomy that holds the teeth in place caused by bacterial and inflammation. If your pet has "Bad breath" please schedule a oral health exam with one of our doctors. We want to work with you to keep your pet's mouth healthy and smiling! If your pet is scheduled for a teeth cleaning appointment, the exam will be free.
You have been wonderful with Gretchen over the years, through normal care and "treatment", explanations, and keeping her healthy and happy.. But especially in caring for her through the surgeries and special care over the last year that gave us several months more to enjoy her. We appreciate all you have done and continue to do, you are all exceptional!! THANK YOU!
David and Cheryl S. -
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