Cat and Dog Surgery in Doha, Qatar
The Veterinary Surgery in Doha maintains a full-service surgical suite. Our modern equipment helps us perform a variety of pet surgeries for dogs, cats, and other pets. Our animal hospital is equipped with advanced technology and equipment, automated surgical tables, and autoclave sterilization, in addition to an in-house laboratory for pre-anesthetic blood work and other diagnostic tests. We know that having a pet undergo surgery can be a difficult time for an owner; be confident that we will care for your companion like one of our own pets. The safety of our patients is part of our #1 priority during surgery. We monitor all vital signs before, during, and after each procedure that we perform. We also offer heated tables and warming pads for pets’ added comfort.
Cat and Dog Surgeries We Perform
As a full-service animal hospital, The Veterinary Surgery in Doha performs routine and non-routine soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, including:
- Bladder stone removal
- Cruciate ligament repair
- Fracture repair
We also have the option to refer pets out to board-certified surgeons for complex surgical procedures, to ensure that your pet has the best outcome.
Pet Laser Surgery
Our hospital offers state-of-the-art laser surgery as an alternative to traditional scalpel surgery. The benefits of this tool include:
- Decreased bleeding during surgery
- Decreased pain
- Reduced risk of infection
- Rapid recovery time
Please let us know if you have any questions about laser surgery and whether it is an option for your pet.
Before Your Cat and Dog’s Surgery
Before your cat and dog’s surgery at our hospital, we conduct a pre-anesthetic wellness exam and blood work so we can determine if your pet is healthy enough for anesthesia. If we find underlying issues, we postpone your pet’s surgery for treatment. We begin each surgery by first placing an IV catheter, which is used for the administration of gas anesthesia, fluids, and medication. We also set up all the essential monitoring equipment to monitor your pet’s blood pressure, heart rate, and pulse oximetry through every phase of the procedure. When your pet is fully prepped and sedated under anesthesia, we begin the surgery.
After Your Pet’s Surgery
When your pet’s surgery is complete, we gradually shut off the supply of anesthesia and transfer him/her to a recovery area. We then contact you with an update of your pet’s status and arrange for a pickup time. Upon your arrival, we provide you with discharge instructions so you can care for your pet from home as he/she recovers. We can also provide pain medications and antibiotics, if necessary. Please feel free to contact us at any time after your pet’s surgery if you have any questions about his/her condition.