Surgery

Bell County Animal Clinic is pleased to offer the latest in surgical equipment and techniques, and serves the veterinary surgical needs of the Middlesboro, Kentucky areas. Our clinic is outfitted with the latest in surgical equipment including a diagnostic laboratory, monitoring analyzers, including blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen levels, as well as advanced surgical equipment.

Prior to all surgical procedures, our veterinarians recommend running blood work to help insure your pet is healthy enough for surgery. Our advanced laboratory can determine the blood chemistry levels to determine the overall health of your furry family member’s liver and kidneys and pancreas. Complete blood counts are also recommended to determine red and white cell counts, as well as platelets. While any veterinary surgery carries a degree of risk, the laboratory at Bell County Animal Clinic helps to insure that anesthesia is as safe as possible for your pet.

The monitoring equipment at Bell County Animal Clinic is state-of-the-art. During your pet’s procedure, our experienced doctors and staff continually monitor oxygen levels, blood pressure and heart rate, making sure your pet is safe throughout the surgical event.

Pets hurt and feel pain in the same way people do. Pain preventative medication is required prior to any surgical event at Bell County Animal Clinic. Our compassionate veterinarians want to keep all of their furry patients as comfortable as possible during any surgery.

When your pet is in need of surgery ranging from spay and neuters to intricate orthopedic procedures, you can count on the caring hands of our veterinarians and their compassionate staff. Call one of the experienced team members at Bell County Animal Clinic to schedule your furry family member’s surgery today.