Pet surgery is usually not something pet owners want to think about, but is often necessary for the health of an animal. we go out of our way to make the surgical experience as easy for the patient and his or her owner as possible. We employ a knowledgeable and compassionate veterinary staff who will treat your pet with the utmost care. There are many reasons why a pet may need surgical
treatment. Some types of surgery are routine, such as spay and neuter procedures. If your pet undergoes sterilization in our office, the procedure is usually quick, and your pet should be able to return to normal activities within days of the procedure. Occasionally, a pet will need emergency surgery or surgery to correct an underlying health condition.
We use in-office ultrasound to detect potential health problems that may benefit from surgical intervention. Ultrasound is an effective diagnostic tool for peering into a pet\'s abdominal area in a painless, non-invasive way. The ultrasound uses sound waves to examine the internal organs, giving our veterinarian a more in-depth view of the contents of the abdomen. Together with our in-office laboratory, x-rays, endoscopy, and otoscope services, we are able to provide an accurate diagnosis and treatment recommendation.
Whether your pet needs to undergo a routine operation related to common health problems associated with old age, or if he or she has been injured by a passing car, we are prepared to offer care at our clinic six days a week.
Pain Management for Pets Associated with Surgical Procedures
Your pet\'s comfort is of utmost importance to us, which is why we offer effective pain management services for use during and after each procedure. This includes anesthesia for pets to eliminate pain during surgery, as well as medications for at-home pain management in the days after a procedure. We may also prescribe an anti-inflammatory medication to help reduce swelling and inflammation after surgery.
>Our veterinarian prefers to remain ahead of the curve regarding the latest advancements in veterinary medicine. That is why our office is equipped with therapy lasers for faster healing. Lasers are increasingly popular for use in pet surgery, as they provide greater precision, smaller incisions and reduce bleeding during a procedure. Furthermore, therapy lasers are used to stimulate blood flow and reduce inflammation following surgery. They are also useful for pain relief if necessary.
Ophthalmic Surgery:We offer standard care as well as a variety of more advanced medical and surgical treatment including:
Orthopaedic surgery: orthopaedic surgery is either the repair of a fracture, usually associated with a
traumatic incident or the surgical correction of a joint problem such as a luxating patella or ruptured cruciate
ligament. We perform pet orthopedic surgery to repair broken bones and fractures for pets that have been
involved in an accident. At other times the surgery is a planned procedure in response to a change in your pet’s
health. Similar to humans, active or working pets can suffer from torn ligaments or they can damage joints to
the point that they may need replacement. Orthopedic surgery may also be part of pet senior care to help repair
the damage caused by aging and arthritis.
Soft Tissue Surgery:We provide soft tissue surgery for a range of condition in dogs and cats. We do
Common procedures we perform
Oncologic Surgery: Our veterinary oncologists provide a wide range of chemotherapeutics and novel cancer treatments.
Dental care : is an essential part of caring your pet. Dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats. We deal with common dental problem like broken teeth, root canals, periodontal disease to condition involving major oral surgery. We also perform dental cleaning procedures with dental scaling.
Echocardiography & ultrasound: Ultrasonography machines use high frequency sound waves in the 2.5-7.5MHz. These waves cannot travel through bone or air but are easily positioned over non boney, non-air filled tissues such as the heart, eye or abdomen. The signal is emitted from the transducer and then returning reflected sound waves are computer analysed to give an image.
Echocardiography is when we use the ultrasound technique to visualize the heart. The doctor uses a probe that is simply placed on the skin of the patient. Numerous shot pulses of sound travel into the body and the machine analyzes the reflections of this sound to create a picture. The doctor can use these images to look for abnormalities in various places such as the abdomen (ultrasound) or in the heart (echocardiogram).
We use ultrasound to look at many organs in your animal, for example the liver or heart. We can also use ultrasound to find out if your pet is pregnant.
Cardiac referrals: Dr. Narendra Chouhan accepts cardiac referrals from a lot of practices around the central west
Cardiac Ultrasonography or Echocardiography is the “Gold Standard” in cardiac diagnosis. It helps in establishing a specific diagnosis and estimating the severity of disease. Heart chamber size, wall thickness and motion can be accurately measured as can heart valve configuration and motion. Blood flow can also be assessed in the heart and great blood vessels. Doppler pulsed wave, continuous and color flow can also be used to monitor direction and velocity of blood flow in the heart and great vessels. This machine aids both in the diagnosis of heart disease and can help evaluate the severity of cardiac disease.
Ultrasound referrals: Dr. Narendra runs a Diagnostic Imaging Specialist referral service for patient who requires specialist ultrasound for examination, diagnosis and ultrasound guided biopsies. The advantage of Myra pet clinic visiting is that we do not need to referral your pet to a specialist centre which means less traveling for you and your pet, it is performed in familiar surroundings and with vet and nurses with whom you and your pet is comfortable with.
There are many reasons for having a sonogram performed on your pet. As with people, we use them for pregnancy diagnosis. More often though, we use them for identifying bladder and kidney stones, identifying masses, evaluating heart function, and for evaluating liver, spleen and other organs.Ultrasound works great for soft tissue (organs, muscles, fluid) but the sound waves do not travel through bone or air. Therefore, for imaging limbs, back, head and lungs, x-rays are still superior. Even for the abdomen and heart, x-rays can give us information about size and shape that ultrasound will not. Since x-rays and ultrasounds give us different information, they actually complement each other and often times a doctor will recommend both procedures.
All ultrasound exams are sent out for a second opinion. We input all of our ultrasound exams into a computer and send the images through the phone line to a certified veterinary radiologist (see telemedicine). Within 24-48 hours, we have a specialist\'s second opinion faxed right to our office. In cases of cardiac exams, all x-rays, EKG\'s and ultrasound images are sent to a certified cardiologist. This assures that your pet gets the best and most recent medical care for whatever problem is diagnosed.send enquiry
If you have recently welcomed a new pet into your family, we invite you to visit our animal Clinic to receive a wellness exam and pet vaccinations. As part of our puppy and kitten care program, we offer the puppy/kitten shot series. Young animals receive initial immunization protection from their mother’s milk. Once a young animal is weaned, however, this protection fades. Since a young animal’s immune system is still developing, a series of regular booster shots will provide ongoing immunization protection until the immune system fully matures.Pet Vaccination
Pet surgery is usually not something pet owners want to think about, but is often necessary for the health of an animal. we go out of our way to make the surgical experience as easy for the patient and his or her owner as possible. We employ a knowledgeable and compassionate veterinary staff who will treat your pet with the utmost care.Pet Surgery
A radiograph, commonly called an x-ray, is a black and white two-dimensional image of the interior of a body. An image is generated by passing radiation through a particular structure or area, such as the chest or a limb, and the image is then captured. The traditional way of recording the image is on specific x-ray film that senses how much radiation passes through the structure and reaches the film, much like photographic film captures light.Digital Radiography(X-ray)
Dental care is an essential part of caring your pet. Dental disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats. We deal with common dental problem like broken teeth, root canals, periodontal disease to condition involving major oral surgery. We also perform dental cleaning procedures with dental scaling.Dental Care