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Surgery - Highfield Veterinary Group



We can provide a range of surgical procedures in all of our clinics covering both routine and emergency cases such as:

Routine Surgery

  • Neutering
  • Mass removal (both benign and malignant)
  • Skin fold resections
  • Cherry eye
  • Entropian and ectropian
  • corneal ulcer debridement
  • Hernia Repairs

Emergency Surgery

  • Pyometra surgery
  • Diaphragmatic hernia repair
  • Wound repair
  • Enucleation
  • Amputations
  • Cystotomies for bladder stones
  • Splenectomies
  • Foreign body removals

This list is not extensive so if you have any questions or if you would like more information regarding any of our surgical procedures please contact any of our clinics and we would be happy to help. 

You can find out more on our orthopaedic surgeries please click here.

Reasons why your pet needs surgery

Certain breeds of dogs may require special corrective surgeries for congenital conditions they suffer from, such as nasal resections for flat-faced dogs (e.g. pugs, bulldogs), skin resections to prevent infections and other issues for dogs with heavy skin folds (e.g. spaniels, basset hounds), and eyelid surgery to treat entropion.

Our Pet Surgery Facilities

We love pets and the best way to ensure they receive the care they deserve, is to invest in the best facilities and equipment, both in terms of medical capacity and animal comfort. Our pet hospitals are fully equipped with diagnostic equipment, including x-rays, ultrasounds and haematology machines, as well as areas that allow us to monitor and give optimal care to our pet patients. The segregated dog and cat wards also help to promote a calm environment, reducing stress and anxiety at this important time.

How a regular health check works​

A regular routine pet health check-up can help to identify many conditions before they become more serious and ensure your pet is not silently living with discomfort. A routine pet health check will take up to 15 minutes and our vets will assess your pets health status for the above issues and identify if there is any need for follow-up action.

A veterinary health check also allows us to set a baseline from which future changes in your pet’s condition can be monitored, so having a history of health checks makes it easier to catch changes and potential future problems.