Dentistry

 
Did you know that 80% of dogs three years and older have some form of periodontal disease? Because of that, pet dentistry has become an established aspect of good veterinary care. Dental related infections can cause significant systemic disease if left untreated, such as kidney disease, liver disease, and heart disease. The doctors and staff at Compassion Veterinary Clinic know the importance of good dental care to maintain a long, healthy life for your pet. We offer a variety of dental procedures such as routine cleaning (scaling, polishing) and surgical extractions. So “flip the lip,” check your pet's teeth for decay and bad breath, and then schedule him or her for a cleaning.
 

Surgery

The doctors at Compassion Veterinary Clinic routinely perform ovariohysterectomies (spays), orchiectomy (neuter, castration), and growth removals. Other procedures performed include surgical biopsies (liver, intestinal, skin, etc), cystotomies and stone removals, ocular enuecleations, entropion and extropion corrections, amputations, and much more. Besides the expertise of Dr. Murarka, we work with an orthopedic specialist who will perform advanced surgeries such as Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction (ACL reconstruction), Patella Luxation Repair and Femoral Head Ostectomy (FHO), and other orthopedic surgeries at our clinic.

We recommend the use of pre-anesthetic blood work to screen for any situations that may require a change in our anesthetic protocol for your pet. Also, one of our top priorities is to eliminate your pet's discomfort due to pain before and after surgery. The doctors and staff at our clinic take all necessary steps to relieve any pain before, during, and after your pet's surgical procedure.

Spay

Neuter

Soft Tissue Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery