After performing a complete examination and reviewing your pet’s medical state, we will discuss treatment options that may include surgery and put together a plan that suits the needs of both you and your pet.

Baton Rouge Pet Emergency Hospital provides the greater Baton Rouge, and surrounding communities with state-of-the-art veterinary surgical procedures, utilizing the highest level of medical equipment, protocols and technology. We offer precise surgical monitoring equipment including capnography, blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, and ECG allowing us to safely anesthetize out patients.

Our highly skilled doctors place emphasis on pain management throughout the treatment process. We generally use a combination of injectable and gas anesthesia, as well as state-of-the-art intra-operative monitoring devices. Pre- and post-operative pain management is very important to us and part of our standard protocol of assuring that our patients are pain free.

We realize that it can be stressful to have your pet undergo surgery. We want to assure you that your pet is in good hands, and that we will do everything to provide the best care possible.

We will communicate with you about the things you need to know before, during, and after your pets’ surgery. It is our goal to make the entire process go as smoothly and stress-free as possible.

Surgeries performed at Baton Rouge Pet Emergency Hospital include routine spays, neuters and declaws, as well as tumor removals, wound repairs, exploratory soft tissue, as well as a variety of orthopedic procedures. We are now happy to announce that we are certified and trained to offer fracture repair and stabilization using SOP internal fixation, as well as Cranial Cruciate Disease surgery using the revolutionary MMP System, and Pateller luxation corrective procedures using RidgeStop.

We offer most surgical procedures using our state of the art surgical laser through CuttingEdge. Our surgical laser has many advantages over the traditional scalpel blade, some include decreased hemorrhage, decreased inflammation and most important decreased pain associated with the procedure.