Providing Pet Surgery in West Loop, Chicago, IL

Our team of skilled veterinarians at Partners Animal Hospital West Loop can provide an array of routine and elective surgical procedures for your dog or cat. We use cutting-edge technology and abide by strict safety regulations to keep your pet safe and maintain their health throughout every procedure.

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The Importance of Spay and Neuter Surgeries

We understand that hearing your pet needs surgery can be worrisome, but our team is experienced in performing routine spay and neuter surgeries to provide various health and behavioral benefits for your companion. These benefits include:

  • Better quality of life and extended lifespan for pets
  • Elimination of unwanted behaviors including roaming, vocalizing, and urine spraying
  • Decreased risk of serious cancers (breast cancer, testicular cancer, etc.)

Having your pet spayed or neutered can also help to control the local homeless pet population in our area. Animal shelters are overcrowded as they attempt to care for the countless homeless pets still looking for loving homes. When your pet is spayed or neutered, you are helping to alleviate the pressure on local animal shelters and saving pets from being euthanized due to lack of space or good homes.

Our Surgical Safety Guidelines

When we perform any pet surgery at Partners Animal Hospital West Loop, we follow firm safety protocols to ensure your dog or cat’s health and safety. Our surgical safety guidelines include:

  • Performing pre-anesthetic blood work to check for illness and evaluate your pet’s liver and kidney function

  • Placing an IV catheter to provide fluids and medications throughout their procedure

  • Observing your pet’s vitals with innovative equipment to ensure their safety

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Additional Surgeries We Offer

We also offer the following surgical procedures at our animal hospital:

  • Soft tissue surgeries (cystotomy, splenectomy, pyometra surgery, tumor removal, etc.)
  • Routine and surgical dental extractions
  • Common spay and neuter surgeries