Primary Location

(252) 247-5595

Secondary Location

800-462-8749

Bridges Professional Park Animal Hospital: 

Assisting Newport Residents with Pet Surgery

Pet surgery is not an enjoyable process for any of the parties who are involved. Pet owners in Newport who find themselves in need of a veterinarian will often have a number of questions that require a timely and efficient answer. Our surgeons are on hand and ready to address a wide range of conditions and issues. 

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How Does a Veterinarian at Bridges Professional Park Animal Hospital Assist with Tumor Removal?

Tumor removal is one of the most common procedures that our veterinarians perform. Our experienced team can handle any and all questions that you may have about the procedure. We have a very simple objective: to make you and your pet as comfortable as possible before, during, and after the procedure. 

General anesthesia is used to carry out the majority of the surgical procedures that take place under our roof. The monitoring equipment that we use is state of the art and top of the line. This provides pet owners with the peace of mind that they need most during moments like this.

The same standardized procedures are followed for each and every tumor removal. Physical examinations are provided, so that a pet's health can be examined more fully. If there are any risk factors that need to be discussed, this step is taken care of before our expert veterinarians proceed any further.

Your Role in Your Pet's Care

We believe in empowering our clients to play an active role in the care of their pets. The process does not end once an animal has been discharged from Bridges Professional Park Animal Hospital. For example, we provide proper preparation for pet owners to take care of their pets during the recovery process.

Clients will need to be ready to dispense pain medications and handle any other tasks that are conducive to the animal's recovery. A tumor removal requires a great deal of nursing care and the role that you are going to play in the procedure is impossible to understate. 

How to Prepare for Pet Surgery

No food can be given to a pet undergoing surgery during the morning before the procedure. If any oral antibiotics have been prescribed to the pet, please be sure to distribute them in the directed manner. 

Contact Us for Your Pet's Surgical Needs

Here at Bridges Professional Park Animal Hospital we treat all of our pet patients like they're our own. If your pet needs veterinary care and you live in or around Morehead City, NC, give us a call today at 252-247-5595. 

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