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Why Vetic Clinics ?


All Types of Pet Surgery

Our surgeons can perform a wide range of pet surgeries, with everything from neutering more


Experienced Veterinarians

With a cumulative experience of 150+ Years, our veterinarians include some of the most more


Latest Medical Infra

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24x7 Emergency Care & Support

Equipped with 24x7 support and care for your pet in case of any emergency or more


Spacious & Hygienic

An exquisite, hygienic space with enough room for everyone, sanitised on a regular more


High-Quality Products

Only high-quality and premium products are used for grooming at more

We provide all types of Pet Surgery


Elective surgery for removing the testicles of your male pet, rendering them sterile



The routine, elective procedure of spaying a female pet sterilises her by removing all reproductive organs preventing her from having litters of puppies or kittens.



We have experienced ophthalmologists and surgeons for routine eye check-ups and eye surgery for pets, as and when required.


Soft Tissue

Soft tissue surgery is done for a variety of medical reasons. Almost anything that is not related to a joint or a bone can be treated with this common surgery.



Our expert surgeons can perform surgery for problems like hip dysplasia, bone plating, patellar luxations, and disc problems.


Exotic Pet Surgery

We also provide surgery for exotic pets like Rabbits, Turtles, Macaws, Cockatiels, Cockatoos, Ferrets, and Iguanas.



We provide pet surgery for various types of lumps and other conditions related to skin, ears etc.



We have experienced surgeons for the removal of a tumour, partial removal of a tumour, or exploration of a particular area.


Blood Transfusion

Surgery that saves lives can involve blood transfusion in pets, performed by experienced veterinarians at Vetic.



We offer surgery and treatment for Wobbler's disease, brain tumours, and head trauma if necessary.



Surgery for blood-related and immune conditions in pets is performed by expert surgeons at Vetic.



In addition to other surgeries, our veterinarians can also perform dental surgeries like dental scaling, root canals, and possible extractions.


Seamless Steps of Surgery at Vetic

Surgery is a crucial part of our services, and we ensure that your pets get the best veterinarians, facilities, and medications for their recovery. We look after your pets through the course of the surgery, which includes pre-operative and post-operative care too. Our veterinarians leave no stone unturned to guarantee your pet’s safety and health.

Before proceeding with any pet surgery, our expert veterinarians provide consultations for your pets to give you a thorough analysis of any concerns or issues.

Followed by a full body physical examination of your pet to check for any pre-existing conditions and ensure that nothing is left unchecked by our expert veterinarians.

A full body check-up is performed through diagnostic tests, blood tests or any other lab tests to ensure that your pet is healthy enough to proceed with the surgery's required medication, including anaesthesia.

Once our veterinarians have completed the necessary checks and your pet is ready for surgery, the procedure will begin.

After the procedure, our veterinarian will provide your pet with all necessary medications for a smooth and quick recovery.

The dressings are done under expert guidance to ensure that your pet is comfortable and that there are no restrictions during their recovery.

Our veterinarians will stay in touch with you during the week post-surgery to regularly follow up regarding your pet’s recovery and health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, our veterinarians must examine your pet before the procedure to make sure they're healthy and pose no unexpected risks. We will perform a physical examination and blood work at your pet's pre-op appointment to make sure your pet is prepared for anaesthesia.

Depending on the procedure, your pet will typically require anaesthesia to ensure their safety and prevent them from feeling any pain while the surgery is being done. Anaesthesia is a routine and extremely safe procedure. Your veterinarian will perform checks, including blood tests, to ensure that your pet is a good candidate for anaesthesia before the procedure. If there is ever any doubt about the safety of anaesthesia for your pet, your vet will go over suitable alternatives with you.

Anaesthesia is defined as a "lack of sensation." To keep your pet unconscious and completely unaware during the procedure, sedatives and anaesthetics are used in combination. They will first be given a muscle-relaxing injection, and after that, an IV will be given to make them unconscious. It will feel like your pet is dozing off. Following surgery, the anaesthetic dosage will be gradually decreased to allow your pet to regain consciousness. Following that, they may experience sleepiness and drowsiness for a few hours.

No. You must stop feeding your pet at midnight the night before surgery, but you may continue to provide water. Make sure everyone in your house is aware so that no one accidentally serves them breakfast!

The length of the procedure for your pet will depend on how complicated it is. Many surgeries allow you to drop off your pet in the morning and pick them up later that day after the anaesthesia has worn off. Your pet might need to stay in the hospital for a longer period after complex surgeries. An exact timetable for your pet's surgery will be recommended by our doctors.

The length of recovery for your pet will vary depending on the procedure, as well as age and general health. During your pre-operative appointment, one of our doctors will be able to provide more advice.

Following surgery on your pet, several activities might be prohibited; the specifics will depend on the procedure. During your pre-op appointment and in the notes included with your pet's discharge, our doctors will give comprehensive instructions. In general, it's best to minimise play and exercise until your pet has fully recovered. Without a doubt, keep your pet away from boisterous play and anything that puts pressure on the incision site. During this time, chew toys and food puzzle toys can be useful for keeping your pet entertained.

Yes, typically your pet will return for a follow-up visit in 7-10 days following any procedure requiring anaesthesia. We will examine the surgical site and, if necessary, remove stitches.

The price of the surgery will vary based on the specific procedure, your pet's sex, weight, reaction to the procedure, and other factors. You can contact our customer support team to know more.

We accept all forms of payment, including cash, bank transfer, credit card, debit card, and UPI.


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