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Eagle Animal Hospital

Routine Surgery

At Eagle Animal Hospital & Pet Resort, we are proud to be a trusted destination for pet surgery in Kansas City, MO. The skilled veterinarians at our pet wellness facilities specialize in a variety of surgical procedures for both dogs and cats. From spaying and neuter surgeries to skin biopsies and dental surgery, we employ advanced veterinary techniques to prioritize your pet's safety, comfort, and recovery. 

Available at our RiversideLiberty, and Tiffany Springs locations.

Typical Pet Surgery Procedures Our Pet Clinic Offers

As a full-service pet hospital, we strive to accommodate an extensive range of surgical needs for your convenience. The following is a list of common pet surgeries we perform at our animal wellness centers. If you’re seeking a procedure that is not listed, we encourage you to contact us to find out whether one of our veterinarians can perform it.

  • Abscess and Wound Care

  • Cystotomy

  • Dental Surgery

  • Exploratory Surgery

  • Gastropexy

  • Gastrointestinal Foreign Body Removal

  • Laceration Repair

  • Lump/Mass/Growth Removal

  • Ocular (Eye) Surgeries

  • Splenectomies

  • Soft Tissue Surgery

  • Spay and Neuter Procedures

  • Surgical Biopsies

  • Skin Biopsies

  • Trauma/Injury

  • And More

How to prepare your pet for surgery

For more information regarding pet preparation for an upcoming surgery. Please view the accompanying video.

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Reasons Why Your Pet May Require Surgery

  • Abdominal Blockage: Surgery may be necessary to remove foreign objects or address obstructions in the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Bladder Stone Removal: Surgery can be required to remove bladder stones that cause discomfort and urinary tract issues.

  • Cataract Surgery: Pets with severe cataracts may benefit from surgical removal to restore vision.

  • Dental Procedure: Common dental surgeries for pets include extractions, periodontal treatment, and oral tumor removal.

  • Fractured Bones: Surgery may be needed to repair broken bones and promote proper healing and mobility.

  • Ligament Tear: Repairing a torn ligament may require surgical intervention to restore stability and mobility.

  • Tumor Removal: Surgical removal of benign or malignant tumors can help prevent the spread of cancer and improve your pet's prognosis.

  • Wound Repair: Surgical intervention is often required to clean, stitch, and treat deep wounds or lacerations.

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Connect with Your Veterinarian at our Tiffany Springs, Riverside, or Liberty locations

When you want to give your pet the very best care possible, our kind and experienced veterinarians and medical staff are here for you and your pet. Whether your new puppy needs their core vaccinations, or your cat needs laser therapy to help them recover from surgery, we offer a range of pet wellness services that we tailor to their unique needs. Reach out to our Client Care team to schedule your pet's visit today.