33 Eagle Rock Ave.

East Hanover, NJ 07936

Phone : (973) 887-0522

Fax : (973) 887-8095

Mon-Fri: 7AM-7PM

Sat-Sun: 7AM-4PM

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Surgical Procedures

At the Veterinary Center of Morris County, we pride ourselves on performing state-of-the-art veterinary surgical procedures. Following the American Animal Hospital Association’s guidelines, we use the best procedures and medications to ensure the safety and well-being of your pets. Following is a list of surgical procedures that can be performed by our highly-trained and experienced veterinarians.


  • Exploratories and Foreign Body Removal: find and/or remove foreign bodies, usually in the stomach or intestines

  • Splenectomies: removal of the spleen

  • Liver Biopsies: removal of a piece of the liver to send to a laboratory for analysis

  • Gastropexies: performed to prevent gastric dilation volvulus (GDV), commonly known as bloat

Head and Neck
  • Ear Canal Ablations: removal of the vertical and horizontal ear canals down to the middle ear

  • Enucleations: removal of the eye

  • Brachycephalic Surgery: performed to correct the airways of brachycephalic dogs (short-nosed breeds)

Anal Gland
  • Sacculectomies: removal of the anal glands

  • Limb Amputations: removal of a limb

  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Repair: performed to repair the ACL after a trauma

  • Mammary Gland Removals: removal of the mammary glands as a treatment for benign or malignant tumors

  • Ovariohysterectomies (spays): removal of the female reproductive organs (ovaries, oviducts, uterine horns, and uterus)

  • Castrations (neuters): removal of the male reproductive organs (testicles)

  • Urinary
    • Perineal Urethrostomies: performed for the treatment of chronic or severe urinary blockage in male cats

    • Bladder Stone Removals: removal of stones (hard mineral masses) from the bladder

    • Bladder Mass Removals: removal of a benign or malignant mass from the bladder


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