Veterinary Cancer Surgery in Inlet Beach, FL

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At Paws in Paradise Animal Hospital, our team is composed of animal lovers just like you! Our pets are our family, so we understand how difficult it is when they become ill. We know how upsetting it is to hear that your pet has cancer. The good news is that we are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to treating cancer in pets, and we will be right there by your side delivering all of the information you need to make the best choices for your furry family member.

what to expect

How We Support Your Pet:

  • Top Veterinary Care in North Florida
  • A Compassionate and Knowledgeable Team
  • High-Tech Testing
  • Availability of Various Treatment Options
  • Experienced and Knowledgeable Surgeons
frequently asked questions

Is Cancer Surgery Common in Pets?

Yes, veterinary cancer surgery is very common. Cancer is one of the major causes of morbidity in veterinary patients, and surgical removal of tumors is one of the most common surgical procedures performed by vets. In veterinary medicine, surgery is considered the most important component of treatment in dogs and cats with solid tumors because, in many cases, surgical treatment offers the best chance for improving your pet’s quality of life.

How Long Will My Pet Be In the Hospital After Surgery?

The time spent in the animal hospital after cancer surgery will vary from case to case. Your pet will either go home the same day or will need to stay 1-3 nights, depending on their recovery. Your pet will need to be eating, drinking, and able to walk on their own before we can discharge them.

What Is the Goal of My Pet’s Cancer Surgery?

The goal of your pet’s cancer surgery is to control or eliminate cancer in an attempt to improve quality of life. Successful surgical removal of localized cancer cures more of our cancer patients than any other treatment.

What Are the Most Common Reasons for Pet Cancer Surgery?

At our Inlet Beach Animal Hospital, cancer surgery is often very successful, but it’s not always an option. The most common reasons we will recommend cancer surgery for your pet include:

  • To confirm a diagnosis of cancer
  • To cure cancer or improve the quality of life
  • To provide pain relief or improved function for your pet
  • To de-bulk a tumor

At Paws in Paradise Animal Hospital, our goal is always to do what’s best for your pet and your family. For more information about cancer surgery and other treatments or to make an appointment with your Inlet Beach veterinarian, please call us today at (850) 909-0130.

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