Bee Cave Veterinary Surgery
If your pet requires Bee Cave veterinary surgery, Austin Mobile Vet can help make it attainable and affordable without compromising the quality of care. The purpose of our mobile vet services is to help pet owners by delivering the quality of care they expect while maintaining convenience and affordable prices.
Consistent, High-Quality Care
Talk to your veterinarian about having us perform specialized surgeries in the comfort and convenience of their location. If your veterinarian doesn’t utilize our service already, contact us to learn how we may be able to keep continuity of care with your veterinarian, or other potential hospitals where we may be able to provide the care you expect. Wherever the veterinary surgery in Bee Cave TX is performed, expect your pet will receive a high level of care.
Qualified Bee Cave Veterinary Surgeons
As veterinary surgeons in Bee Cave TX, following graduation from veterinary school we completed specialty internships and residency programs which focused specifically on surgery. We know that pets are family, so we pledge to treat your pet with the care and compassion they deserve.
Common Types of Veterinary Surgery
Some of the most common types of Bee Cave veterinary surgery that we perform are:
- Lateral suture
- Patella luxation repair
- Fracture repair
- Femoral head and neck ostectomy
- Abdominal exploratory
- Mass removal
- Urinary surgery
- Soft tissue surgeries
- And much, much more!
If you just discovered that your pet requires surgery and you’re not sure how to make it work for your family, give Austin Mobile Vet a call. We’ll be more than happy to discuss our process for Bee Cave veterinary surgery with you.
"The surgery went smoothly, with Dr. Might calling me throughout the day with detailed updates. Within 48 hours, the bandages & pain were gone. Now he is moving around better than he was pre-TPLO!"
"It's Comforting to know that our pets can get specialty care at a familiar place and for a more affordable cost."
"Our 9-year-old Lab-Pit mix underwent TPLO surgery and she did not suffer at all. Whatever you are doing, keep it up! She is doing great!"