Pet Surgery

Pet Surgery in Park Hills

Your pets deserve a Park Hills veterinarian with experience, compassion, and state-of-the-art surgical equipment. Here at Park Hills Animal Hospital, we offer all of the above with our innovative pet surgery services. Our veterinarians perform the following pet surgeries at our animal hospital, among other life-saving and life-changing procedures:

Spay and Neuter Surgery

Pet overpopulation is still a big problem, but unwanted litters aren't the only things we prevent with the spay and neuter procedure. If you bring an unaltered cat or dog to our animal hospital in Park Hills, we will recommend a spay or neuter procedure to help reduce your pet's health risks and behavioral problems too. This routine, outpatient procedure is a preventative way to decrease some cancer and infection risks, as well as hormonal behaviors such as urine marking, howling, territorial aggression, and roaming or escape attempts.

Growth Removal

Does your pet have a malignant or benign growth on their body? If our veterinarian in Park Hills recommends a surgical removal, we have the tools to perform the procedure on the spot. We remove skin tags and other external growths, as well as internal masses and growths with precise surgical tools. Our soft tissue pet surgery center is equipped with state-of-the-art camera and laser technology to make removals as precise and non-invasive as possible.

Tooth Extractions

Oral health problems can cause debilitating pain, appetite loss, and infections throughout the body, so it's important to stay on top of your pet's dental needs. We offer oral surgeries at our Park Hills animal hospital, including routine and emergency tooth extractions in cases of decay, injury, or misalignment. If your pet has a tooth that needs to come out, we will do our best to reduce their risks throughout the procedure, including closely monitoring their vitals and administering anesthesia as gradually as possible. Our goal is to keep them comfortable and healthy before and after the extraction.  

Orthopedic Surgery

Of course, we also perform orthopedic surgery to help pets heal after injuries and degenerative conditions. Our advanced pet surgery equipment allows us to make smaller incisions than in previous decades, reducing your pet's risks and recovery time, while camera technology and X-ray diagnostics give us a closer look at the fractures, growths, and other abnormalities that affect your pet's comfort and mobility.    

Soft Tissue Surgery

Our veterinarians' soft tissue procedures aren't limited to growth removals and spay or neuter procedures. We also help with time-sensitive crises, such as swallowing foreign objects or suffering internal bleeding due to an accident. Our ultrasound equipment makes it easier to plan and perform each soft tissue pet surgery, because we can pinpoint the problematic growths, foreign bodies, or sites of swelling and blood loss.

Does your pet need pet surgery in Park Hills? At Park Hills Animal Hospital, our talented veterinarians perform surgery for pets of all ages, sizes, and medical needs. Contact our animal hospital today at 859-581-5200 to schedule an appointment with a Park Hills veterinarian near you! 


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  • "My wife and I are senior citizens and have extensive experience with vets, as we've owned many pets. Dr. Collett and his staff are nothing short of incredible! Our 15 year-old cat fell ill and, even though heavily booked, the doctor worked her into his schedule the same morning we phoned. The level of professionalism and genuine concern displayed during every phase of our appointment was absolutely mind-boggling. Our "daughter" received a thorough examination and diagnostic evaluation, proper treatment, and understandable explanations were provided. We never felt rushed and always felt that we were in great hands. Scooter has recovered and is thriving again."
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