Dependable Pet Surgery
Our furry friends are more than just pets. They are a part of the family that we love and cherish. However, they can sometimes get into situations that call for invasive surgery. While these words can be alarming for most people, we aim to gain your trust. Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital has been servicing the area for many years and takes pride in our ability to help your pets recover from their condition. Let's take a closer look at some of the aspects of pet surgery and how we can help you.
Orthopedic Pet Surgery
Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital does not perform orthopedic surgeries. If your pet needs an orthopedic surgery, we will recommend a consultation with a board certified surgeon at a near by referral practice. We recommend the below...
Virginia Veterinary Centers 1301 Central Park Blvd Fredericksburg, VA. 22401 (540) 372-3470 www.VirginiaVeterinaryCenters.com
Virginia Veterinary Surgical Associates/ Dogwood Veterinary Emergency Specialty Center Dr. Richard Suess & Dr. Roy Barnes 5918 W. Broad St. Richmond, VA. 23230 (804) 716-4700 www.vvsarichmond.com www.dvesc.com
The Veterinary Surgical Practice of Northern Virginia 8614 Centreville Rd. Manassas, VA. 20110 (703) 361-0710 www.vrc-nova.com
South Paws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center 8500 Arlington Blvd. Fairfax, VA. 22031 (703) 752-9100 www.southpaws.com
The Regional Veterinary Referral Center (RVRC) 6651 Backlick Rd. Springfield, VA. 22150 (703) 451-8900 www.vetreferralcenter.com
Spay and Neutering Pet Surgery
It is very important that you get your cat or dog spayed or neutered. There are dozens of health and behavioral benefits to be gained from getting this service done. However, you must wait a certain period of time before you can get this operation completed for your pet. It is recommended that puppies receive spay and neutering services around 6 months old as well as cats. This is the perfect time to get the procedure done as they reach sexual maturity. However, older cats and dogs who have not been spayed or neutered can safely receive this operation as well.
A Veterinarian Clinic You Can Trust
Having your pets receive surgery can be a scary thought. Going under the knife for any operation may make you feel anxious. Thankfully, Confederate Ridge Animal Hospital in Fredericksburg, VA is here to reassure you that your pet will receive the highest quality of care if they require surgery. We always put your pet's needs first and ensure that their operation goes as smoothly as possible by utilizing the latest innovations in technology. Give us a call today at (540) 373-6100 to schedule your professional appointment. Our staff is standing by to assist you at your convenience.