Mass removal

We provide surgical procedures for the removal of masses or tumors in pets. Mass removal surgery, also known as tumor excision, is performed by our skilled veterinary surgeons to address abnormal growths that may be benign or malignant. Before surgery, thorough diagnostic evaluations, including physical examination and possibly imaging tests, are conducted to assess the nature and extent of the mass. During the procedure, our veterinary team ensures the comfort and safety of your pet under anesthesia. The mass is carefully excised with a margin of healthy tissue to reduce the risk of recurrence. Depending on the size, location, and nature of the mass, different surgical techniques may be employed, including traditional scalpel excision or minimally invasive approaches. After surgery, our compassionate staff provides post-operative care and monitoring to promote healing and minimize discomfort. We also offer histopathological analysis of the removed mass to determine its nature and guide further treatment if necessary. At Snowden Animal Hospital, we prioritize the well-being of your pet and strive to provide comprehensive and compassionate care for mass removal procedures, ensuring the best possible outcome for your furry companion.