Val Vista Animal Hospital is proud to offer pet diagnostics, preventative health care, animal surgical services, and daytime pet emergencies in Gilbert, AZ. We know pet emergencies can be stressful, as animals can’t tell us what’s wrong with them. That’s why we handle each pet emergency with tact, timeliness, and compassion.
Val Vista Animal Hospital has years of experience as a emergency veterinarian and can handle any case, including emergency injuries and illnesses, traumatic and life threatening injuries, as well as non life threatening urgent care cases.
We will not turn away any pet in an emergency situation, and prefer to see them asap in the time of a daytime pet emergency. Please give us a call and let us know about your pets symptoms so we can be readily available for your arrival.
Common Daytime Pet Emergencies
Sometimes it can be difficult to tell whether a pet is having an emergency. Some symptoms may be more obvious such as excessive bleeding or trauma, but some others may not be. Look at the list of pet emergency symptoms below to determine if your need a emergency pet visit or not:
- Problems breathing
- Vomiting chronically
- Swollen abdomen
- Abnormal stance
- Inability to empty bladder
If you believe your pet is experiencing any of the above emergency symptoms, please visit our animal hospital at (480) 539 – 7999 as soon as possible.
We perform soft tissue surgery for pets at our animal hospital in Gilbert, AZ. We perform surgical procedures for conditions such as gastrointestinal, cardiothoracic, urogenital and respirator systems, as well as ENT(Ear, Nose & Throat) disorders. We know that surgery for your pet can a be a time of high anxiety for the both of you. That’s why our board-certified pet surgeons are dedicated to providing expertise so you can know for sure that your pet is in good hands.
Reasons To Use Val Vista Animal Hospital:
- Our Surgeons are board-certified
- Our surgical procedures are cutting edge
- Our animal care clinic is State-of-the-art
- Affordable Services
- High quality animal care
- Conveniently located in Gilbert/Chandler, Arizona
By choosing Val Vista Animal Hospital for soft tissue surgery, patients and pet owners receive compassionate and thorough pet care services in our state-of-the-art facility at an affordable price. Contact Val Vista Animal Hospital at 1 (480) 539 – 7999 to schedule an appointment and talk to a veterinarian.
We provide many types of surgeries for your pets here at the Val Vista Animal Hospital. Every surgery that we perform is performed in-house with great care given to every pet. Surgeries are done between Monday and Friday, with the hospitals staff continuously focusing on the care of your pet. The safety and the state of health your pet is in is our main concerns.
Your pets health is important us and that is why throughout the procedures of any surgery, we provide comfort for your pet, and keep your pet as pain free as possible during the surgery. During surgery there will be one doctor, and one or more technicians on duty that are skilled in what they do. Your pet will be monitored continuously throughout surgery in the following ways: We will be monitoring the heart rate and rhythm, the respiratory rate, temperature, blood pressure, and the carbon dioxide levels.
There will be preoperative blood work before the scheduled surgery for your pets health and safety assurance. There will also be an IV put in for fluids, and an IV catheter, again, this is for the health and safety of your pet. The skilled doctors of this facility will be using a laser, not a scalpel during surgery, and they are highly qualified to do this procure. Surgeries using lasers are highly recommended, in fact, laser is much more beneficial in a majority of surgeries performed.
Surgeries we perform at the Val Vista Animal Hospital:
- Removal of the anal sac
- Removal of bladder stone
- Extracapsular and TPLO – Repair of the anterior cruciate ligament
- Surgery of the eye and eyelid
- Surgery to remove a foreign substance from the intestinal
- Exploratory surgery
- Cesarean section
- Surgery to declaw a feline
- Oral surgery on the mouth
- Repair of a hernia
- Repair fractures
- Repair of a hematoma
- Removal of mass
- The repair of a wound
- Repair of the patellar luxation
- Surgery of the soft palate
- Surgery of the Stenotic Nares (surgery of the nasal opening)
- Surgery on the Stomach and Intestinal
If you are in need of a procedure not listed, contact us today.