Safety always comes first.

Pet surgery in Rogers, AR.

For any operation, your pet’s comfort and safety come first.

At FORTY32, we can perform almost any surgery your cat or your dog could need.

We recognize the stress that surgery may cause for you and your family. That is why it is critical to have confidence in the people who will be caring for your pet. Our team of board-certified specialists and support staff is dedicated to pain management, patient safety, and employing the most current surgical techniques to guarantee that your pet receives top veterinary care.

Our team will work with you beforehand, during, and after surgery to answer any questions or concerns you may have about the surgical procedure, anesthesia, or post-operative care. In a nutshell: we don’t take shortcuts and we don’t cut corners when it comes to your pet’s health.

In addition to common procedures like spays and neuters and mass removals, we also are proficient in orthopedic surgery. The percentage of dogs who need orthopedic surgery varies by breed. Orthopedic surgery is popular, especially as pets get older, because it may help to improve the quality of their lives. As a result, many neighborhood pet hospitals will refer customers to a veterinarian surgeon.

What to expect during your pet’s surgery:

  • A complete physical examination is given before surgery
  • Intravenous fluids are administered
  • Individual warming for each pet
  • Complimentary post-surgery check-ups and instructions from our team
Spay and Neuter

We think that neutering or spaying cats and dogs of any age are critical. This safe operation, which should be done as soon as possible, can help them live a long and healthy life.

Spaying your female cat or dog will aid in the prevention of problems including pyometra (a uterine infection that is often deadly), breast tumors (benign or malignant), pet overpopulation, and stray euthanasia by removing the ability for your pet to ovulate. Neutering your male cat or dog will help prevent issues such as testicular cancer, prostate disease, and undesirable behaviors, including dominance aggression, territory marking, and roaming.

Lumps, bumps, and mass removals

Skin masses, particularly in or under the skin, are common in pets as they age. Because surgery will be less invasive if small, we recommend removing them while they are little. The same may be said of masses in the abdomen! We can carry out a variety of stomach and intestine operations, including removing foreign objects (balls, rocks, socks, you name it!) or the spleen. Removing masses (tumors) is another option.

Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery is quite popular, especially as pets get older. However, the success of these operations may determine the quality of your pet’s life. These procedures include:

  • CCL repair
  • Joint dislocation
  • Fracture repair
  • and more!
TPLO Surgery

We are excited to offer TPLO surgery at Forty32 Animal Hospital. This procedure is regarded as the best possible fix for CCL tears in dogs over 30 pounds. The CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament) is similar to the human ACL and helps stabilize the knee.

The most common injury to the rear leg in large breed dogs is a tear of the CCL. The best procedure to fix this injury is the TPLO or Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy. This involves changing the angle of the Tibial Plateau and using a small bone plate for stabilization.  

Recovery time is 4-6 weeks. Price ranges from $3500-9500 depending on location in the United States. In our area of Northwest Arkansas, prices range from $3500-5000, depending on patient size. 

Call us today to schedule a consultation at 479-282-1919.