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Surgery Overview

When your pet needs surgery to address a health issue, you can trust our Purcellville veterinary surgeons to treat them with the utmost care and compassion.

Cat being prepped for surgery
Cat being prepped for surgery

Veterinary Surgery in Purcellville

Compassionate Surgical Care in Loudoun County

When your pet needs surgery to address a health issue, you can trust our Purcellville veterinary surgeons to treat them with the utmost care and compassion. We understand that surgery can be scary and overwhelming for both you and your pet. We strive to make the surgical experience at Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

If your pet needs an upcoming surgical procedure in Purcellville, give us a call at (540) 269-4656 or contact us online!

When we suggest surgery for your pet, our team of veterinary professionals will take the time to walk you through the procedure and address any questions that you might have. Your pet’s health is our priority.

Surgical Services at Blue Ridge Veterinary Associates

We offer a full suite of surgical procedures to address your pet’s medical needs. Our highly trained and compassionate team of veterinary surgeons are here for you and your pet throughout their surgical procedure.

We provide the following surgical services:

  • Soft tissue surgery

  • Orthopedic procedures

  • Neurological help

  • Dental surgery

  • Ophthalmic procedures

  • Foreign body and tumor removal

Every one of our surgical procedures are performed by the dedicated and compassionate staff of Blue Ridge Veterinary Hospital in Purcellville. We will educate you about the surgical procedure and keep you up to date with your pet’s condition as they recover.

Recovering from Surgery

Our Purcellville veterinary surgeons will give you detailed instructions for aftercare for your pet. While they recover, it’s important that you follow these instructions so that your pet heals quickly, correctly, and comfortably.

You can help your pet heal by:

  • Giving your pet a safe space inside to rest

  • Moderating your pet’s activity levels

  • Avoid bathing your pet for at least two weeks

  • Inspecting your pet’s incision for infection

  • Preventing your pet from licking or scratching their incision

If you notice any swelling or redness, or any other signs of infection, get in touch with us right away! We can help your pet get back on the road to a healthy recovery.

If your pet has recently had surgery and you have questions about their recovery, please call (540) 269-4656 or contact us online so we can help.