Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of New Braunfels

Advanced Veterinary Surgery

Should your pet need routine veterinary surgery, such as spaying or neutering, dental surgery, or emergency surgery, bring your animal to Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic. Our veterinarians are skilled in advanced veterinary surgery. During your pet’s surgery, we implement anesthetic protocols unique to your pet’s needs. Our staff uses high-tech equipment to monitor your animal’s temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, SPO2 (oxygen levels), CO2 (carbon dioxide levels), and EKG.

Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic’s full-service surgical capabilities include specialized services such as ear cropping, TPLOs (knee surgeries), surgical anal sac removal, fracture repair, and exploratory surgery. We provide veterinary surgeries specifically for your pet’s health needs and are sensitive to your economic abilities.

Routine Surgery

How to prepare and what to expect:

  • The night before your pet’s surgery, don’t feed your animal after 10 p.m.
  • Check in your pet between 7 and 8 a.m. the morning of the surgery.
  • Our veterinarians and staff evaluate your pet and discuss the procedure with you.
  • Our staff performs pre-anesthetic blood work.
  • Make sure we can reach you by phone that day.
  • We give you your pet’s pain medication and post-procedural instructions when you take your pet home after the surgery.

Emergency Surgery

If your pet develops a sudden illness or is injured in an accident and needs emergency surgery, please call us before arriving to enable our staff to prepare for your animal’s care. After-hours and weekend emergency services are provided by our on-call veterinarians at either our Luling or Lockhart office. Please be aware that there are additional fees associated with emergency services. Full payment is required at the time of service.

Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic’s highly trained veterinarians and staff provide routine or emergency veterinary surgery for all of your pet’s needs.