Pet Surgery

At Princevalle Pet Hospital, we understand that when your pet is scheduled to undergo a pet surgery procedure, your first thought may be the risk of anesthesia. This is perfectly natural. Your pet is more than just an animal, rather he or she is a beloved and treasured member of your family. That is why we are dedicated to treating your pet with the utmost care. We are accredited by AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association), which means we abide by the highest possible surgical standards. Therefore, we strive to make every anesthetic procedure as safe as possible for your pet. Our veterinary staff is trained to manage the risks that may be involved in their anesthetic procedure.

Before Your Pet’s Surgery

In order to properly prepare for your pet’s surgery, please be aware of the following:

  • Owners must sign consent forms prior to any surgery and/or anesthesia.
  • We recommend pre-anesthetic blood work to minimize the risk of anesthesia.
  • We admit patients between 8:00 and 8:30 on the morning of surgery.
  • Please provide a phone number where you can be reached at any time during the day.

About Our Surgical Suites

We offer two surgical suites for the comfort and safety of both our feline and canine patients. These dedicated areas are used for no other purpose except pet surgeries. Included in the suites are a heated surgical tables, monitoring equipment, which allows us to monitor your pet’s ECG, oxygen saturation levels, and blood pressure. All patients are monitored by a trained technician throughout their surgical procedure as well as during their recovery to ensure their warmth, comfort and well being.

When your pet is ready to be released, we will go over in-home care instructions with you in detail. We will also provide you a written copy of the care instructions for your reference. If you have any questions about our surgical services, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (408) 848-3443.

Surgical Services in Gilroy: Dog in field
Surgical Services in Gilroy: Kitten in exam room