MIS in Veterinary Medicine: A Boon for Your Pet

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a surgical method that employs specialized tools and tiny incisions to perform surgery with minimal tissue damage relative to traditional surgery. Veterinary medicine increasingly uses this approach, which has numerous advantages for pets, including decreased scarring and pain, reduced infection risk, and shorter recovery periods. […] Read More

Ensuring Safe Deliveries: Benefits of a Veterinary C-Section for Dogs

Although most dogs can give birth naturally, some require assistance with a C-section procedure. This surgical operation entails extracting puppies from their uterus through an abdominal incision to deliver puppies from there. C-section procedures may be performed when natural delivery becomes complex or medical emergencies necessitate immediate action; general anesthesia […] Read More