Soft tissue surgery is incredibly common and there is a good chance that at some point during your pet’s life, they will need to undergo one of these procedures. With state of the art surgical facilities which are staffed by a talented team of veterinary surgeons and nurses, Vets on Balwyn will ensure your pet receives the highest possible standard of care.

Vets on Balwyn offer a range of different soft tissue surgeries including:

  • Castrations (male de-sexing)
  • Speys (female de-sexing)
  • Skin tumour removals
  • Ear surgery
  • Skin biopsies
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Oral surgery
  • Abscess surgery
  • Anal gland surgery/removal

At Vets on Balwyn, the health and wellbeing of your pet is paramount, so you can be confident that everything we do will be in their best interests. At our clinic, soft tissue surgeries are generally day procedures so your pet will be admitted in the morning and discharged in the afternoon.

If you have booked your pet in for a soft surgery procedure at our clinic, we recommend you read through our surgery before and after care page to get a better idea of what to expect and what type of care your pet will need at home.

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