Pet Surgery

We are proud to provide Los Angeles, CA, and surrounding communities with state-of-the-art veterinary surgical procedures. We believe in utilizing the highest level of medical technology, and our surgeons are experienced and highly trained.

Pet Surgery in Los Angeles

Dr. Sehaj Grewal has extensive experience performing a variety of surgical procedures on dogs and cats. These include soft tissue surgery from exploratory laparotomy, mass removal, spays and neuters, ophthalmic procedures, wound repair to complex orthopedic surgeries for pets with congenital defects, trauma, or old age-related conditions.

The Melrose Vet uses the best anesthesia and monitoring equipment to ensure your pet has a smooth recovery from any procedure. We use state-of-the-art surgery tools and sterilized equipment to ensure the pets are given the best medical care possible. Your pet will be treated gently throughout their stay at our clinic by our knowledgeable staff. We pride ourselves on our focus on providing top-quality service that satisfies each client’s individual needs.

The Melrose Vet offers flexible scheduling to fit your needs, with appointment times available Monday through Saturday as well as affordable pricing for all procedures.

Pet Surgery

Our Surgical Process

When you choose to work with us, we’ll help you undergo a smooth transition from diagnostics to surgery, and ultimately to the recovery process for your pet. Here is what you can expect when your pet visits our facility for surgery:

Phase #1: An IV is Inserted for Vital Fluids and pre-operative blood test is performed

In the morning, your pet is brought fasted into our facility and given an IV catheter, which will provide them with important fluids throughout their surgery. A pre-operative blood test is performed to ensure pets are healthy for anesthesia.

Fluids include:

We utilize the most advanced fluid administration techniques to keep your pet comfortable during anesthesia by giving them just enough medication without causing any unwanted side effects or respiratory depression.

Phase #2: Monitoring Equipment is Then Utilized

Your pet is hooked up to a cardiac monitor and anesthetic machine before the surgery begins. The anesthesia equipment monitors your pet’s vital signs throughout their entire surgical stay, including:

This allows our staff to intervene in case something goes wrong during surgery and ensures we can respond immediately without delay so no harm comes to your pet while they are under general anesthetic or sedation for any type of pet surgery.

Phase #3: Surgery Preparation Begins

All surgical sites are prepared with the highest quality anti-septic solutions and proper aseptic technique is used to minimize post-operative infection.

Phase #4: Recovery Begins

After pet surgery, your pet will be closely monitored to ensure they are stable and recovering properly.

This includes checking their vital signs every 15 minutes for at least the first hour after pet surgery before it gradually decreases over time until they are ready to go back home with you.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you're considering your pet undergoing a future procedure, we'd love to speak to you. Contact The Melrose Vet to schedule an appointment for your pet.