Please note: We will be closed at 4 pm Friday, May 24 and closed all day on Monday, May 27.

To book an appointment, call us at 315-673-4858

Pet Soft Tissue Surgery

At Lake Country Veterinary Care, our veterinarians perform several surgeries that your cat or dog may need; including, routine spay or neuter, mass removals, biopsies, cystotomies, and exploratories, as scheduling allows. There may be situations when your pet needs more advanced surgical skills, and we have the capability to refer to several boarded surgeons in our area, ensuring your pet receives the best possible care and a speedy recovery.
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Spaying/Neutering your pet has many benefits. The procedure, which prevents animals from reproducing, can help your dog or cat live a longer, healthier life. By spaying/neutering your pet, you’re protecting him/her against potentially deadly diseases, reproductive tract diseases, and several types of cancer. In addition, spaying/neutering your pet will help control the dog and cat overpopulation problem, keeping more animals out of shelters. If you are considering this surgery for your pet, please contact the office for more information about the recommended timing of the surgery, as well as an estimate for cost of services.

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Pet Wound Repair

Despite our best efforts to keep our pets safe, accidents do happen. Depending on the severity, location, and time since the trauma, we are able to develop a plan to allow your pet to heal efficiently using a variety of techniques from bandaging to surgical correction as needed.

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Pet Mass Removal

Probably the most common soft tissue surgery performed on pets is the removal of masses or lumps. Early removal and accurate diagnosis through histopathology are recommended to improve the prognosis and overall outcome for you and your pet.

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Pet Biopsy

If a mass is too large or located in a difficult surgical area, biopsies are often recommended first to get an accurate diagnosis so that proper recommendations can be made.