Pet oral surgery in Toronto, ON
Pets are like family. They fill our lives with joy, fulfillment, peace, and love. We care about them as we care about our own children. If you own a pet, you're certainly aware of the agony that comes with your pet being ill for reasons that you don't understand. Are you such a pet owner? Do you sometimes wonder why your lovely dog, cat, or bunny will not stop moaning? Can you feel your pet’s pain? Look no further than Jane Animal Hospital in Toronto, ON. We have a dedicated team of veterinarians who have a genuine love for the animals. We treat them like family. Some of the animal services we provide include:
We offer industry-leading surgical services complete with state-of-the-art equipment. We do all this with the help of effective of anesthetics to make sure that your pets do not suffer unnecessarily during procedures. Oral and maxillofacial tumor patients may potentially benefit from life-saving surgery. Before embarking on major surgery, it is critical to analyze these individuals fully. We do CAT scans or MRI imaging, and the best treatment option may be established with the advice of a radiologist and an oncologist.
Eating after Pet Dental Surgery?
After major oral surgery, most dogs will be able to eat within 6-12 hours. In the first 24 hours following surgery, it is recommended to give tiny bits of meals every few hours. For significant oral surgery, dissolvable sutures are usually employed. After surgery, we recommend using soft canned food or wet kibble for 10-14 days.
It may take some time for your animal to adapt to the changes in his or her food habits as a result of the operation. To get through the transition phase following significant oral surgery, it’s typically useful to encourage pets to eat from your hand.
Nursing after Surgery
After major oral surgery, most dogs do not need nursing care other than affection, attention, and hand feeding. After some surgical operations, your vet will use feeding tubes to ensure that pets get the food, drink, or medicine that has been prescribed. In these circumstances, written instructions for feeding tube care will be provided to you by our veterinarian. Pet owners are responsible for keeping the feeding tube clean and feeding at the right intervals. Few owners find feeding tubes difficult or cumbersome to handle.
At Jane Animal Hospital in Toronto, we have your pet’s health at heart. Our pet dental surgery procedures are conducted with high professionalism and with the intent of restoring your pet’s health. Whatever oral issue your pet may have, we may have a solution. Call us today at 416-762-5558 to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians.