Surgery Services

Our approach helps to avoid trouble in the future. Everything happens very simply
and without hassle. Preventive medicine with us is

Everything your pet needs is all in our care plans
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Spaying and Neutering

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Spaying and neutering can reduce some behavioral difficulties with pets as well as reduce the likelihood of some conditions and diseases. It also helps reduce the population of unwanted shelter animals.

Orthopedic Surgeries

Different orthopedic issues can occur due to your pet's active behavior or some breed or age peculiarities. Our surgeon specialists can perform extensive surgeries, including operations for ACL injuries, lateral sutures, TPLO, CCLR, fractures, and others. All procedures are on-site at Kindred Pet Care and must be scheduled in advance.

Additional Surgeries

In difficult cases, when conservative measures are not enough, veterinary surgeons can help. Great experience and deep knowledge of issues and ways to cure them let our specialists perform a wide range of operations, including soft tissue surgeries, oncology or lung-related operations. All procedures are on-site at Kindred Pet Care and must be scheduled in advance.

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Dental Procedures

For pets, routine dental cleanings are considered surgery because they must undergo general anesthesia for us to get to their pearly whites. Some pets may need further oral surgery or dental extractions as well.


We take surgical quality and safety seriously. All pets undergo a pre-operative exam and blood work, including a complete blood count and chemistry panel that checks on organ function. During surgery, pets continuously undergo cardio and pulmonary monitoring including an EKG, oxygenation levels and waste gas levels, and receive IV fluid therapy. Monitoring continues for several hours post op.

Urgent Care

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Pet emergencies can strike unexpectedly, leaving owners feeling overwhelmed. In such moments, staying calm, recognizing worrisome symptoms promptly, administering first aid, and swiftly transporting the animal to our veterinary clinic are paramount. The decisive actions of the owner significantly enhance the likelihood of a speedy recovery and the restoration of the pet's health.

Wellness Plans

Wellness Plans

Our plans include everything your pet will need regularly: Comprehensive physical exams, vaccinations, deworming, preventive X-rays, and eye pressure tests. Subscription plans – the best way to keep your pet healthy and also it is money saving.
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Chief veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Boland


We are proud to hold the prestigious Fear Free Certificate certificate, a symbol of our commitment to delivering the highest level of veterinary care. This esteemed accreditation reflects our principles and attention to animals emotions and health, demonstrating our dedication to providing exceptional service and optimal health outcomes for your cherished pets.

We adhere to the rigorous treatment protocols established by the American Association of Feline Practitioners(AAFP). These protocols are designed to ensure that your cat receive the highest standard of care, guided by evidence-based practices and industry-leading guidelines.

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Simply book an appointment through our online system. Or call us if your pet has an urgent problem. We’ll do everything possible to arrange an appointment for you as soon as possible.


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We’ll examine your pet and propose an action plan for your pet.


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What is spaying/neutering?

Spaying your dog, also known as ovariohysterectomy, involves the surgical removal of the ovaries and often the uterus. Neutering your dog, also known as castration, involves the surgical removal of the testicles in male dogs.

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