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Soft Tissue Surgery

Surgery can be a very stressful time. We are committed to delivering an experience that is both compassionate and reassuring during surgical procedures. Giving you a cutting-edge technology and advanced pet surgery in Dubai!

Soft Tissue Surgery

Our highly skilled team of veterinary surgeons go above and beyond to provide you the most effective, safe, and comfortable surgical experience. We are proud to give you an advanced surgical theatre with state-of-the-art anesthetic monitoring system. The surgical team of Pet First uses the latest technology, time-tested and cuttingedge diagnostics to provide your pets with the best care possible.
We perform different types of soft tissue surgeries, ranging from minimally invasive procedures to simple mass removals to complex surgical procedures. Our expert team of veterinarians could guide you through with the best procedure your pet needs and to come up with a better success rate. Every procedure comes with an estimate for you to understand exactly what would be included, what will be done, and the cost involved to such procedure. Ask your veterinarian for a cost estimate prior to doing any procedure to avoid any surprises by the time of discharge.
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Frequently asked questions

Yes, if a surgery has been recommended during a normal consultation, this could be pre-booked by your primary vet. For any referrals, you’ll need to set up a pre-op appointment at the clinic. During the pre-op appointment, our veterinarian will discuss all the things needed in preparation for the surgery, the procedure plan, risks involved, estimated cost and the recovery.
Yes, our surgical team performs emergency surgical procedures.
We usually recommend a pre-op appointment prior to doing any procedure, where we can discuss everything especially the cost involved. Each pet requires different approach and unique individualized care, and each surgery differs in price.
Yes, your pet will undergo a surgery under anesthesia. Our veterinarian will discuss the type of anesthesia to be used and the risks involved.
We give your pet sedatives to help them relax during a surgical procedure. Pet sedation may be required for short, minimally painful treatments or for aggressive patients.
For non-routine surgeries, discharge time may vary. This usually depends on the type of the surgical procedure and the recovery period from the sedation. Our veterinarian will call after the procedure to inform you on how it went and discuss the post-op instructions as well as inform you if your pet needs to stay at the hospital for further observation.
This usually depends on the type of surgical procedure and the healing process, but most of the time, to ensure continuity of care and for us to check the incision or surgical site, we will ask you to come for a complimentary recheck after 3-5 days.
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