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Safe Pets Surgery in Ottawa

Chapel Hill Veterinary Clinic has a team of experienced surgeons to help your pet stay healthy. Our surgeons are skilled in veterinary surgeries and prioritize your pet’s well-being over anything else. We use advanced surgical protocols, prioritizing pain management and pet safety. Our clinic in Ottawa is equipped with modern tools and equipment to ensure your pet receives reliable veterinary surgery. As pets age, they go through several difficult phases. Our Chapel Hill Veterinary Clinic team understands pet care and can help your pet with proper medical treatment and veterinary surgery if necessary.


Chapel Hill Veterinary Clinic regularly carries out various surgeries and spay and neuter in Ottawa and Orleans. Our veterinarians provide a wide range of dog and cat surgical procedures. When you visit our clinic for pet care, we sit with you to understand the condition and needs of your pet. Our veterinarian will offer all possible solutions for your pet’s well-being. We will explain the veterinary surgery to you and guide you in all postoperative care so that your pet’s recovery is fast. Our staff is trained to provide all the necessary help for surgery and afterward.

Caring Staff


When you visit our clinic in Ottawa with your pet, our veterinary surgery staff will thoroughly examine your pet. We understand that surgery is a big step and try to rule out any possible issues that might come in the way of proper healing. Our team will provide you with every possible information about your pet’s health and guide you to prepare appropriately for the surgery. You can talk to us if you have any questions regarding the procedure. We’d be happy to clear all your doubts.

Beyond Surgery in Ottawa


Our staff is experienced and will provide your pet with gentle care. Our responsibility doesn't end in the surgical suite. We are there with you to help your pet recover properly. Our team will guide you through appropriate post-operative care practices.

Soft-tissue Veterinary Surgery


Soft-tissue surgeries can include anything involving the muscles, skin, and internal organs. Our Ottawa veterinary surgery staff routinely carries out soft-tissue surgeries that can affect the health and happiness of pets.


Some of the most common forms of soft-tissue surgeries in pets include:

  • Cancerous tumour removal
  • Accidentally ingested blockages
  • Internal organ injuries
  • Skin and muscle injuries

If your pet requires specialty surgery, you may be referred to an appropriate specialist.

How to Prepare Your Pet for Veterinary Surgery?


At Chapel Hill Veterinary Clinic, owing to extensive experience in dealing with pets, we understand how stressful it can be to prepare your pet for surgery. Preparing your pet for veterinary surgery is an important part of ensuring that the procedure goes smoothly and that your pet has a speedy recovery. Here are some tips to help you prepare your pet for surgery:

  • Weeks before the surgery: At this stage, our team of experienced vets in Ottawa will try to understand your pet’s past surgeries, if any, or any other treatments currently being administered. Pet owners should be as transparent with the vet as much as possible and communicate any behavioural concerns with the vet. We will conduct some exams to check whether your pet is healthy enough to undergo any scheduled surgery. For example, if your pet is overweight or underweight, we will suggest you a weight loss or gain program before the surgery.

  • A few days before the surgery: In this stage, our vet may conduct bloodwork to check your pet’s organ function and overall body health. This blood work will also help us detect any internal issues that could affect general anesthesia. As a pet owner, you should prepare a quiet area for your pet to rest. Your veterinarian will provide you with detailed instructions on how to prepare your pet for surgery. It is essential to follow these instructions carefully, including any pre-surgical fasting requirements and medication protocols.

  • A night before the surgery: Though our vet will give you specific instructions to follow, in most cases, you will be asked not to feed your dog anything after dinner the night before surgery. If you have any concerns or questions about the surgery, be sure to discuss them with your veterinarian before the procedure. A discussion before surgery can help alleviate any anxiety you may have about the surgery and ensure that you are fully informed.

  • On the day of the surgery: Before the surgery, keeping your pet calm and relaxed is vital. Avoid stressful situations or activities that may cause your pet to become anxious or agitated. You must make sure not to give any food to your pet before the surgery as this could cause them to aspirate while under anesthesia which could be dangerous.

  • After surgery: When you come home after the surgery, prepare a comfortable resting place for your pet to recover from the surgery and the effects of the anesthesia. This may include a warm, cozy bed or crate with plenty of blankets and pillows to help your pet feel comfortable. The veterinarian will also provide instructions on caring for your pet after the surgery, including medication and wound care. Follow these instructions carefully and contact your veterinarian with any concerns or questions. You would also want to ensure your pet is away from the stairs until the anesthesia wears off.


Whether your pet is about to have complex or straightforward veterinary surgery, you are bound to feel nervous as a pet owner. The information above will ensure your pet’s surgery goes as smoothly as possible. If you still have questions, connect with our team.

Helping You Take Care of Your Pet

Be it a vaccine dose or tumour removal, we are here to help your pet lead a healthy life.

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