"Dr Jay has done 2 orthopedic surgeries on 2 of our dogs the past 2 years, most recent today. Amazing care and love both my boys have received there. very happy with the staff and hospital service"Cheryl R.
At Pieper Veterinary, our board-certified surgeons offer a broad array of traditional and minimally invasive surgical procedures. Your primary veterinarian may choose to refer you to our surgery department on a consultative or emergency basis should your pet require advanced anesthesia, surgery, or pre-operative and post-operative supportive care.
While at Pieper Veterinary, your pet will have access to digital radiography (X-rays), ultrasonography, and advanced imaging including MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and CT (Computed Tomography) scans. This technology is available to aid in optimal diagnosis and surgical treatment planning.
We are happy to host a regional Antech Diagnostics Laboratory on-site. This reference laboratory can supply timely diagnostic results, assisting us in providing informed options for the care and treatment of your pet.
Minimally invasive surgery
- Minimally Invasive Osteosynthesis (MIO)
- Bone plating
- Linear, circular, and hybrid external skeletal fixation
Soft tissue surgery
- Advanced head and neck, chest, and abdominal surgery
- Advanced mass removals
- Reconstructive surgery
- Limb sparing
- Congenital conditions
- Limb deformity correction
- TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy)
- Extracapsular/Lateral Suture
Working with your primary care veterinarian
Your general practice veterinarian is an important part of your pet’s health and we work as an extension of their services when advanced or after-hours treatment is necessary. We will notify your veterinarian that your pet visited our surgical service, and provide them with treatment and follow-up information to continue your pet’s care once you leave our hospital.