Surgery Caring for your pets since 1962.

Veterinary Surgery in Boothwyn

Compassionate Surgical Care for Your Pets

At Conchester Animal Hospital, we are pleased to offer a full suite of surgical services for your pets. From routine surgeries to more specialized surgical care, our Boothwyn veterinarians are trained in the latest surgical techniques to ensure that your pet receives the best treatment we can offer. We do everything we can to ensure that your pet’s surgical experience is as stress-free as possible.

When we recommend a surgical procedure for your pet, our team of veterinarians will make the time to go over the details of the procedure with you so that you understand what will happen during the surgery and what to expect afterwards. If you have any questions or concerns about the surgery, don’t hesitate to ask! We’re here to make sure that you and your pet feel as comfortable as possible throughout the process. We understand that your pets are an important part of your family and we will treat them like they’re part of our own.

If you have any questions about an upcoming surgical procedure scheduled for your pet, or if you’re interested in learning more about the surgical services we offer, please give us a call at (610) 510-8887 or contact us online.

Surgical Services at Conchester Animal Hospital

For over sixty years, Conchester Animal Hospital has provided top quality surgical care to the Boothwyn and Marcus Hook communities. Our veterinary team makes use of the latest surgical techniques and technologies to deliver high quality care to your pets.

We are pleased to offer the following surgical services:

  • Spay and neuter

While the above list is a good example of the types of surgeries we offer at Conchester Animal Hospital, it is by no means complete! If your pet needs another type of surgery, we are happy to discuss with you what your pet needs and what we can offer on site.

Spay & Neuter: Keep Your Pet Healthy

One of the best things that you can do for your pet’s long-term health is to spay or neuter your pet. By spaying or neutering your pet at a young age, you are giving your pet the gift of a long, healthy, happy life.

Spaying or neutering your pet can help prevent a variety of health issues, including various forms of cancer and other infections. These surgeries can also help with behavioral issues, such as spraying, marking, or aggression. For female pets, heat cycles are completely eliminated. Do your pet a favor by considering spaying or neutering them.

Recovery from Surgery

One of the most important parts of surgery is the recovery after the fact. After your pet’s surgery, our Boothwyn veterinarians will give you tips for how your pet can best recover from their procedure. We’ll provide recommendations for moderating your pet’s activity and when they can resume a normal eating schedule. We’ll also let you know what to watch out for when it comes to healing and infections. Your pet’s care doesn’t stop after the surgery - we’ll be here for you every step of the way!

Call (610) 510-8887 or contact us online for more information about the surgical services we offer at Conchester Animal Hospital.

Our Raving Reviews

  • “The staff at Conchester Animal Hospital are fantastic. Our senior dog has been in their care for almost 2 weeks. The care, love and compassion they showed was heart warming and helped him to recover.”

    - Sarah M.
  • “Always receptive to questions & goes out of their way to help. If you love your animal, go there. All my dogs & granddoggies have gone to Dr. Lombardo & the entire group for many years.”

    - Margie V.
  • “I called for my new puppy. They were able to see us that day. Everyone at the vet office was so nice to us and Zeus. Dr. Trey explained everything to us and didn't do unnecessary tests. They were all warm and caring people.”

    - Averi D.

What Makes Us the Best Choice for Your Pet

  • We Provide Top-Notch Excellent Medical Care
  • Our Staff is Extremely Caring & Supportive
  • We Have Served Our Community Since 1962
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