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Bladder Surgery

We’re proud to offer pet surgery services here at My Vet Animal Hospital, learn more below. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us.

Lumps growth on pets are a common condition that we generally see in older pets. However, younger pets can also get them as well. All lumps and bumps should be checked out by a vet thoroughly because some lumps and masses could be the start of something sinister.

Masses are a common condition in pets. These masses can grow on, in, or just under the skin. Ranging in size from a couple of millimeters to football-sized, masses can represent a wide variety of conditions from simple skin tags, to scars, to malignant cancers, to large fatty growth on dogs and cats.

Pet Desexing


Do I need an appointment before my lump removal surgery?
How do I know if a lump needs to be removed? Eg cancer?
Will the lump be sent away to the lab for further testing?
Can my pet go back to normal activities post surgery?
It all depends on the type of surgery that your pet has underwent and how well they are healing. Generally, we do advise pet parents to restrict their furbabies activities in the first 10-14 days following a procedure.

Upon discharge of your pet’s procedure, our surgical nurse will go through the activity recommendation for your furbaby because every pet is unique!

What if it is cancer?
How do I monitor for lumps in my pet?
How much does the surgery cost to get the lump removed?
Will my bet go under a general anaesthetic or heavy sedation?