Surgery Dedicated to Providing Excellent Care Since 1987

Veterinary Surgery in Arlington

Experienced Care for Your Furry Family Members

Arlington Pet Care Hospital has been performing surgery to the highest level of standards for over 30 years. Over the past three decades, we have acquired a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience in veterinary surgery. With an emphasis on pain management, we ensure that your pets are safe and comfortable throughout the treatment process. After the procedure is done, we are also here to help you and your pet throughout recovery. We know how difficult it is to take your pet in for surgery. Our caring staff is committed to being there for you and your pet when you need us most.

Call Arlington Pet Care Hospital at (817) 587-8874 or contact us online to learn more about our procedures and how we can help your pet.

Pre- & Post-Surgery

Our veterinary technicians will monitor your pets’ vital signs during their surgery and afterward as they recover. Preoperative blood analysis, intraoperative IV fluid administration, and intensive patient monitoring during and after surgery ensure the highest level of safety for our surgical patients. Multimodal pain management (the use of multiple medications targeting pain in different ways) before, during, and after surgery provides the highest level of comfort for your pet if surgery is required.

Our Surgical Services

Dr. Miller can perform a wide range of surgical procedures, including but not limited to the following:

We understand that surgery is a serious matter. Know that your pets’ safety is of the utmost importance to us. After performing a complete examination, our doctors will discuss treatment options that may or may not include surgery, depending on the course of action that best suits the needs of both you and your pet. If surgery is necessary, we will conduct pre-anesthetic blood work to determine if your pets can safely go under anesthesia. We ask that you withhold your pets’ food the night prior to their surgery as pets on an empty stomach are less likely to vomit during surgery.

In-Patient Post-Surgical Stays

We recommend that most surgery patients stay the night so that we can monitor them and safeguard their well-being. Stronger postoperative pain medication can be given to patients spending the night at the clinic. Before your pets leave, our doctors will perform an exit examination to make sure that they are doing well and poised for recovery. Most patients will go home with oral pain medications for you to give them for several days after surgery.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call Arlington Pet Care Hospital at (817) 587-8874. You can also contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Happy, Healthy Pets

Read Our Pawsatively Raving Reviews
  • Thorough, Gentle & Kind

    “My first visit to Pet Care was for teeth cleaning for Lola. Dr. Miller and his staff are so thorough, gentle, and kind. Since the cleaning she had a back injury. l highly recommend this Pet Hospital if you need one for your pet.”

    - Ana S.
  • Great Care

    “Bella and Stella love all the staff. Great care”

    - Stephen S.
  • Wonderful Staff & Doctors

    “Wonderful staff from Doctors to Techs to office staff. Can't say enough good things about them!”

    - Julia S.
  • Well Prepared & Thorough

    “My dog has quite a bit of anxiety when it comes to vet clinics and those types of settings. The staff accommodated his needs and were sweet to love on my boy.”

    - Sarah S .
  • Thank You!!!

    “As always the folks here are wonderful to our three girls; 2 greyhounds and a 13yr old golden retriever. The groomer did a great job giving our golden some much needed relief from Texas summer heat. Thank You!!!”

    - Dwight R.
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Why choose us?

  • Pets & Their Families Always Come First
  • Serving the Community Since 1987
  • Compassionate, Caring & Knowledgeable Reputation
  • Friendly, Hardworking & Brilliant Staff
Compassionate & Caring Service for Your Pets

Contact our office to schedule an appointment today!