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176 Willard street
Quincy, MA 02169
Open:Mon - Thurs: 8:30AM - 8:00PM,
Fri and Sat: 8:30AM - 4:00PM


Our Quincy Pet Surgery Team Provides Outstanding Service

Whether your pet needs a routine spay and neuter surgery, or has been in an accident or swallowed something he or she should not have, our Quincy pet surgery team can help. We have a team of highly-trained, experienced veterinarians and supporting technicians, capable of handling any type of pet surgery. Willard Veterinary Clinic is also home to state-of-the-art digital radiology equipment and an in-house laboratory. These advances give us the ability to diagnose problems quickly so that your pet can receive the life-saving pet surgery he or she needs right away.

Routine and Emergency Pet Surgery in Quincy

Our animal hospital handles all of the most common types of routine and emergency pet surgery in Quincy. The most common surgery we perform is spay and neuter surgery. We also do oral surgeries. If your pet suffers from a fractured or abscessed tooth, we perform surgeries to extract it and make eating more comfortable. We can also remove lumps and tumors and do most types of soft tissue surgery. These are just some examples. If your pet is sick or hurt, please call us right away. Our veterinarians will use our advanced technology and training to find out what your pet needs quickly. In every case, we also run preliminary blood work to prepare for safe anesthesia administration.

Preparation for Pet Surgery

When a pet needs surgery, pet owners frequently ask us what they need to do to help prepare their pet. Of course, in emergency situations, we do not have much prep time, but for scheduled surgeries, there are several things pet owners can do to help make the process easier on their pet. Our Quincy veterinarian will give you specific instructions for your pet surgery situation, but in general, we recommend that pets do not eat anything after midnight the night before surgery. It is also important that your pet is up-to-date on all of his or her vaccinations. Having your pet fully groomed beforehand is also a good idea as it may be difficult to do this during your pet’s recuperation time.

Comprehensive Care

Before, during and after surgery, one of our experienced, compassionate vet technicians will be your pet’s companion and advocate. We will constantly monitor your pet’s vitals and be there for your pet when he or she comes out of anesthesia. When you come to pick up your pet after surgery, our veterinarian will explain how the procedure went, coach you on at-home care and explain any medications that need to be given. We may also issue your pet an Elizabethan collar so that he or she does not lick, bite or pick at the surgical site. Making sure your pet gets plenty of rest is important after any surgery.

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