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AAHA-Quality Pet Surgery

The Village Vets of Stone Mountain perform a wide range of soft tissue procedures, all with the utmost care and the highest standards. As an AAHA-accredited animal hospital, we meet AAHA’s rigorous requirements for pet surgery. You can trust that our procedures all make safety and comfort a priority.

How We Ensure Safety

Your pet’s safety is our number one concern during every surgery. Every element of our surgical procedures, including equipment and protocols, adhere to AAHA standards. The safety protocols are found throughout surgery, and we never leave your pet on their own for a second. Safety measures include:

  • Pre-anesthetic blood work and exam to make sure your pet is healthy enough for the procedure
  • IV catheter that provides warmed fluids which help to hydrate your pet and regulate their body temperature
  • Comprehensive monitoring equipment that measures blood pressure, body temperature, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, heart rate and rhythm, and more
  • A dedicated technician monitoring your pet from the moment they are admitted to their release
  • Pain medication before and after surgery to minimize their discomfort
Pet Surgery in Stone Mountain: Vet Operates on Patient

What People are Saying

As always everyone treated us professionally and demonstrated great concern for our cats stress levels. may want to think about sound reduction to boarding kennel.

Mike J.

Our Common Surgical Procedures

At our Stone Mountain location, we primarily perform soft tissue procedures, which include any surgery that doesn’t involve bone. For more complex orthopedic procedures, we’ll refer you to our Decatur location, where our experienced veterinarians can perform common orthopedics. Some of the soft tissue procedures we perform here include:

  • Spays and neuters
  • Mass and tumor removals
  • Exploratory surgeries
  • Cystotomies (bladder surgeries)
  • Splenectomies (spleen removals)
  • Basic eye surgeries (i.e. cherry eye, enucleation, etc.)
  • Wound repairs
  • And more

For more information about pet surgeries, please contact our team today at (770) 717-1650.
We’re happy to answer any questions and ensure you that your pet’s safety means as much to us as it does to you.

The Village Vets – Stone Mountain

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