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State-of-the-Art Pet Surgery & Medical Care

State-of-the-Art Pet Surgery & Medical Care

Using the latest advancements in veterinary medicine, we perform successful operations on a daily basis. Just as in human medicine, every surgical procedure carries some risks. Here at Ali'i Animal Hospital, we have extensive surgical protocols in place to reduce, and even eliminate, those risks. We offer the Kaka’ako community expert care in soft tissue pet surgery to elevate their quality of life by reducing pain, correcting problematic conditions, and preventing some conditions altogether.

Safety in Every Procedure

Surgeries aren’t all about the outcome. There’s a lot we do to ensure we get there. Strict safety protocols in each surgery help us create a personalized experience for your pet, where all their needs are met. Safety precautions we take include:

  • Pre-anesthetic blood work and exam
  • Placing an IV catheter to supply fluids, maintain blood pressure, and administer certain medications.
  • Consistent monitoring of all vitals with state-of-the-art anesthesia equipment
  • A veterinary technician dedicated to your pet from start to finish
  • Pain relief before, during, and after surgery

All of these steps allow us to create a tailored protocol so your pet receives exactly what they need, when they need it

Surgeries We Perform

You may already know about spay and neuter surgeries, but are you familiar with cystotomies? It’s a medical term for bladder surgery, and we do those too! In fact, our team of veterinarians can perform a wide variety of soft tissue procedures.

Common surgeries we perform include:

Soft Tissue

  • Spays and neuters
  • Mass/tumor removals
  • Foreign body removals
  • Cystotomies (bladder surgery)
  • Eye/eyelid surgeries (i.e. cherry eye)
  • And more

Will your pet require more complex orthopedic surgery? We work with specialists to whom we can refer you so you can get the very best care for your best friend.

Pet Surgery and Medical Care in Kaka'ako: Cat Wearing E-Collar

Questions?

You know who to call: (808) 234-3441. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about pet surgery, recovery, or our safety protocols.

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