Belleview Veterinary Hospital provides comprehensive preventive veterinary care and medical services for dogs and cats, as well as soft tissue and orthopedic veterinary surgery. Preventive services include all wellness care and pet dental cleaning, all tailored to meet the unique needs of your pet throughout the stages of life—from puppy or kitten to senior dog or cat.

In addition, we offer basic veterinary care for large animals, such as horses, sheep, cows, and goats, in support of our 4-H and youth rodeo participants. Basic services for large animals include routine vaccinations and deworming, as well as reproductive services and lameness exams.

Additional convenient services include pet boarding, pet cremation services, and a retail area offering pet preventive care products, such as dental care, chew toys and treats, and a selection of special dietary needs from Hills and Purina.

Contact our office to discover veterinary care designed to make your life easier, while offering high-quality services for companion animals. Treat your pets like members of the family—bring them to Belleview Veterinary Hospital, your other family doctor.

The Belleview Veterinary Hospital pet surgery program offers skilled and experienced veterinary professionals in our contemporary facility. Surgical patients are provided with quality care including:

  • Modern diagnostic technology
  • In-house laboratory
  • Safest anesthesia techniques
  • Continuous patient monitoring
  • Intensive care services
  • Optional nail grinds and shave downs under anesthesia

Our veterinarians regularly perform a wide variety of surgical procedures. Our surgery patients experience the most advanced surgical techniques and technology, including fully trained staff, heated surgery tables, advanced sterilization techniques, and full blood testing, with ECG and oxygen saturation monitors. All patients are carefully screened for safety prior to surgery, with anesthesia specifically tailored to your pet. Common surgeries we perform:

  • Dental surgeries    
  • Scaling, polishing, and extractions with monitoring    
  • Gum flap surgery    
  • Epulis (benign mouth tumor) removal
  • Soft tissue surgeries
  • Spay and neuter
  • Hernia repair, including inguinal and umbilical
  • Mass removal
  • Gastropexy
  • Gastrotomy
  • Enterolomy
  • Intestinal anastomosis
  • Cryptorchid
  • Splenectomy
  • Pyometra
  • Exploratory

Cosmetic surgeries:

  • Ear crop
  • Declaw
  • Tail dock
  • Dewclaw removal
  • Stenotic nares
  • Third eyelid flap
  • Cherry eye
  • Ear hematoma
  • Perineal urethrostomy
  • Analsaculectomy
  • Enucleation
  • Cystotomy
  • Biopsies

Orthopedic Surgery:
*Our veterinarians are experienced in performing a variety of orthopedic procedures. We also perform splinting, bandage placement, and changes for our orthopedic patients.*

  • Patella luxation repair
  • Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) repair
  • Femoral head osteotomy
  • Fracture fixation/pinning
  • Amputation

Pet Pain Management

The professionals of Belleview Veterinary Hospital believe no animal should ever suffer needlessly. Post-surgical pain management is essential for pets, allowing for the most humane treatment and enhancing recovery. We anticipate the level of pain associated with each surgical procedure and prepare a pain management program specific to your pet.

Spay and Neuter Surgery

There are many benefits to spaying or neutering your pets, the most significant being the healthy advantage of a longer and healthier life. Altered dogs and cats enjoy an increase in lifespan and have a reduced risk of mammary gland tumors and cancer; prostate cancer; perianal tumors; pyometra; and uterine, ovarian and testicular cancers.

Stopping pet overpopulation starts with you! The Humane Society of the United States explains why you should spay or neuter your pet.

Read more about the many benefits of spaying and neutering pets from SpayUSA.

Laser Surgery

  • What is a laser?

A laser is a device that generates an intense beam of light at a specific wavelength.

  • Are lasers new?

Lasers have been successfully used on humans for over 30 years. This human experience is proving to be beneficials for pets and their owners. We are pleased to be among the first veterinary practices to offer laser surgery for your precious pet.

  • What types of procedures can a laser perform?

A laser is ideal for a wide variety of surgical procedures for dogs, cats, birds, and other animals. Laser surgery can correct many common conditions such as cysts, tumors, warts, and infections that may occur around the eyes, ears in the mouth and else where on the skin. Laser surgery is also ideal and becoming more popular for your common spaying/neutering and cat declaws.

  • What does this mean for my pet?

Reduced risk of infection–The laser as it removes diseased tissue, killing bacteria that can cause infection.

Precision–The laser can remove unhealthy tissue while minimizing adverse affects to healthy surrounding tissue.

Quick return to normal activities–Recovery is rapid and there is less post-operative discomfort.

Laser procedures reduce the trauma–to your pet, improve mouth and else where on the skin. Laser surgery is also ideal and becoming more popular for your common spaying/neutering and cat declaws.

The Day of Surgery

On the day of surgery, a technician will conduct a detailed review of the surgical plan with the pet owner, answering any questions or concerns. After check-in, the patient receives the pre-surgical exam to determine the appropriate anesthesia protocol; blood work may be performed to evaluate kidney and liver values as well as obtain white and red blood cell counts.

At the time of surgery, the anesthesia plan is implemented and the patient is closely monitored, including heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG, blood-oxygen level, and body temperature. Our surgical guidelines, procedures, protocols, and the expertise of our veterinary professionals provide assurance that your pet is receiving the highest standard of surgical care. Keeping the patient comfortable and ensuring a smooth recovery is our primary concern.

Our technician will call you when your family pet is recovered from anesthesia and ready for discharge. At that time, you will receive patient instructions including post-surgical home care and medications.