Laser Surgery

A Less Painful Alternative For Your Pet

We are proud to offer laser surgery as a progressive new option for our clients who want the safest and least painful treatment for their pets.

Laser surgery has been used for a long time in human healthcare, laser technology is a proven service with multiple applications.  Only recently have veterinarians turned to laser surgery, and we are proud to be on the leading edge of advanced animal care.

In many cases, laser surgery can be extremely beneficial over traditional surgery.  Your Veterinarian will discuss whether laser surgery is the best option for your pet.


Less Pain:  The laser seals nerve endings as it moves through tissue.  Your pet will feel less pain after surgery.

Less Bleeding:  The laser seals small blood vessels during surgery, resulting in less bleeding and quicker procedures.

Extreme Precision:  The laser enables your surgeon to affect or remove the target tissue, leaving the healthy surrounding tissue untouched.

Reduced Risk of Infection:  The high heat of laser energy kills bacteria and micro-organisms as it moves through diseased areas, reducing the chance of infection.

Quicker Recovery:  For all of the above reasons, your pet is likely to feel less discomfort after surgery, and return home to normal activities sooner.


A laser is an intense beam of light.  Using an instrument that allows it to be precisely controlled, the laser beam replaces the traditional scalpel.

Laser energy instantly vaporizes the water found in tissues, allowing it to "cut" or essentially remove an extremely small area of tissue.  The energy seals nerve endings and blood vessels as it moves through the tissue, resulting in less bleeding, less pain and virtually no trauma to surrounding tissue.

Current Procedures using Laser Surgery at Privileged Critters

  • Declaw
  • Tumor Removal
  • Skin Tags
  • Cyst Removal
  • ...and more at Veterinarian discretion.

Consult with your Veterinarian to determine if laser surgery is the best option for your pet's specific condition.  Accurate estimates for surgery can be given by the Veterinarian only.