Pet Surgery

Pet surgery at Westside Animal Hospital in Cumberland, ME, is a testament to our commitment to the well-being of your beloved pets. From routine procedures to complex surgeries, our experienced and compassionate veterinary team is here to provide the personalized care your pet deserves. When it comes to ensuring the health and happiness of your furry family member, trust Westside Animal Hospital for reliable and caring surgical solutions.

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Pet Surgery

We’re here to ensure your beloved companion is fully prepared and in optimal health for surgery Additionally, considerations like anesthesia and recovery time are essential aspects that we carefully address to provide a smooth and successful procedure for your pet.

At Westside Animal Hospital, we’ve made our surgery suite a worry-free zone. How have we done that? By keeping pet parents informed – and pet patients comfortable and safe – every step of the way and offering facilities and equipment.

Our hospital provides a full range of surgical services, from standard spaying and neutering to advanced, highly specialized procedures.

Surgery specialties include:








Foreign body removal

Patient safety and comfort is our main priority. We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients. Using modern equipment, the patient’s vital signs are monitored during all anesthetic procedures.

If you are considering veterinary surgery for your pet, please call us at (207) 829-4090 to schedule a consultation.

When is Pet Surgery Necessary?

Addressing Injuries

Accidents happen, and when they do, prompt surgical intervention can be crucial in preventing further complications whether it’s a laceration, or an internal injury, our skilled veterinarians are prepared to provide the necessary surgical care.

Managing Chronic Conditions

Certain chronic conditions may require surgical intervention to improve your pet’s quality of life. Conditions such as certain tumors, or congenital abnormalities may necessitate surgery as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.