Pet Major Surgery

We are your trusted destination for major pet surgeries at Friendly Animal Hospital in Huntington Beach, CA. Our dedicated team ensures skilled and compassionate care, prioritizing optimal recovery for your pet’s overall well-being.

Pet Major Surgery in Huntington Beach, CA

We are equipped with the latest technology and surgical facilities to provide the highest standard of care for your pet’s surgery. Our team of skilled and compassionate veterinarians brings years of experience to the operating table.

Our Range of Pet Major Surgical Services

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Our veterinary team conducts a thorough examination and diagnostic tests to understand the specific nature of your pet’s urinary condition. Based on the diagnosis, we create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your pet’s needs.


The decision to perform a splenectomy is made with the utmost consideration for your pet’s well-being and the specific medical circumstances. Our skilled team of veterinarians is experienced in performing splenectomy procedures, offering advanced care to address abdominal issues in your pets.

Exploratory Surgery

Our skilled team is well-versed in performing exploratory surgeries. This valuable diagnostic tool allows us to investigate and address underlying issues affecting your pet’s health. Exploratory surgery, also known as laparotomy, is a surgical procedure conducted to visually inspect and assess the internal organs within the abdominal or thoracic cavity.

Perineal Urethrostomy

Perineal urethrostomy is a surgical procedure designed to address recurrent urethral obstructions or other conditions affecting male cats’ lower urinary tract. Our team ensures precise care, addressing urinary issues to promote your pet’s well-being and comfort.

Urinary Obstruction

We recognize the urgency and seriousness of urinary obstructions in pets. Our experienced veterinary team is dedicated to providing prompt and expert care to address this critical condition and ensure the well-being of your beloved companion.

Cherry Eye

Cherry eye, also known as nictitans gland prolapse, is a condition where the gland located in the third eyelid becomes inflamed and protrudes, resembling a small, red mass. Our skilled team ensures precise care, addressing this common issue in pets to promote optimal eye health and overall well-being.


We understand the discomfort that entropion can cause for our furry companions. Entropion is a common eyelid condition where the eyelid margin rolls inward, causing the eyelashes to rub against the eye’s surface. Our skilled team prioritizes your pet’s well-being, providing precise care to address this eye condition and promote optimal ocular health.

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Pyometra is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition that affects unspayed female dogs. It occurs when the uterus becomes infected and filled with pus. At Friendly Animal Hospital our dedicated team ensures thorough care, prioritizing your pet’s health and well-being through effective treatments for this condition.


Gastropexy is commonly performed as a preventative measure in breeds prone to gastric torsion. Our skilled team ensures your pet’s well-being, providing a surgical procedure that helps prevent gastric torsion, and promoting their overall health and happiness.


Enucleation is a surgical procedure involving the removal of an eye. Our team prioritizes your pet’s well-being, providing precise care for eye removal when necessary, and promoting their overall health and comfort.

Cesarean Section

A cesarean section is a surgical procedure performed to deliver puppies or kittens when a natural birth is either not progressing appropriately or poses risks to the health of the mother or offspring. Our experienced veterinary team is here to provide expert care, ensuring the well-being of both mother and offspring.

Mass Removal

When our furry companions face health challenges, one common concern that pet owners may encounter is the necessity for mass removal procedures. Whether benign or malignant, masses in pets can affect their well-being and quality of life. Contact our animal hospital today to see what we can do for your pet.

Eyelid Tumor

An eyelid tumor refers to an abnormal growth or mass on the eyelid. Prompt medical attention is essential for diagnosis and appropriate treatment to preserve ocular health and prevent complications.

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