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Minimally Invasive Surgery for Pets in Raleigh & Cary

At Care First Animal Hospital, we make it our priority to provide compassionate, quality care for our patients, no matter the size of the procedure or medical issue. Because we want your pet to feel their best, we offer minimally invasive surgery in Raleigh, NC and our locations throughout the Triangle as part of our emergency services.

What does a minimally invasive surgeries involve? Minimally invasive surgeries usually include procedures that have a quick recovery time, low risk, less pain and only small incisions.

Raleigh Pet Surgeries of All Kinds at Care First

When you bring your pet to Care First Animal Hospital, you can expect attentive, thorough care for your patient as they go through minimally invasive surgery in Raleigh. Before the surgery, our veterinarians will explain the procedure to you and go over any necessary paperwork, as well as provide a quote for the surgery. In every medical service, we use the best tools, effective medicines and reliable treatments in order to return your pet to you happy and healthy.

Post surgery, our staff will monitor your patient closely throughout the day and inform you of any updates. If for any reason hospitalization is required, we will gladly keep the patient while they recover until they are ready to go home.

Reach Out to Our Vets for Pet Minimally Invasive Surgery

If your dog, cat or other pet needs a minimally invasive surgery in Raleigh or beyond, our vets would be happy to take your patient into our care and perform the procedure. Simply contact us at one of our locations throughout the Triangle, and we will quickly respond to the needs of your pet.

Care First Animal Hospital is proud to serve our patients through minimally invasive surgery in Raleigh and the Triangle area, including our locations on OberlinGlenwood, and Tryon.

Minimally Invasive Surgery: A Better Option for Your Pet

A Better Surgery and Recovery Option Jesse, a dog with the SPCA of Wake County, has been battling liver failure for months. He then developed a urinary blockage from bladder stones. Using the new Minimally Invasive Surgical method now available at Care First Animal Hospital at Oberlin, Jesse’s stones were removed with minimal pain and …

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