What to expect

Our surgeons at Zabeel Veterinary Hospital have expertise in all aspects of surgeries. This includes oncological surgery, ophthalmologic surgery, and neurological surgery amongst many others. The following is a list of some of the surgeries we perform regularly:

Oncological Surgery

• Gastrointestinal Tumors
• Hepatic Tumors
• Mammary Tumors
• Mast Cell Tumors
• Ocular Tumors
• Anal Tumors
• Soft Tissue Sarcomas
• Thoracic Tumors
• Urogenital Tumors

Soft Tissue Surgery

• Spays

• Castrations
• Anal Gland Saculectomy
• Gastrointestinal Surgery
• Hepatic Surgery
• Nasal Surgery
• Reconstructive Surgery
• Splenic Surgery
• Tail amputation
• Thoracic Surgery
• Thyroidectomy
• Urogenital Surgery

Ophthalmologic surgery

• Corneal defect and trauma repair
• Ectropion
• Entropion
• Enucleation
• Oculonasal canal correction

Neurologic Surgery

• Ruptured Intervertebral Disc
• Spinal Fractures
• Wobbler Disease


Treating of diseases and disorders

Faster Healing and Recovery

Soft Tissue Surgery




The following FAQs can help you learn more about our soft tissue surgery. If you have any additional queries, please contact us.

The optimal age to perform neutering for cats and dogs is from 7 to 8 months of age onwards. The reason for this is that generally, it is better to let animals’ complete growth and organ formation while still under the influence of their normal physiological hormonal background. We don’t recommend early neutering for cats and dogs unless it has a medical indication.

We always give particular and detailed recommendations for each appointment. Generally, it is advisable to avoid feeding at least 6 to 12 hours prior to sedation or anesthesia.

Sedation and anesthesia always carry inherent risks which differ between patients. We, therefore, treat each patient as an individual. Our veterinarians aim to minimize this risk by performing a pre-anesthetic clinical assessment of the patient (includes visual observation, heart and lung auscultation, palpation, and temperature check) and pre-anesthetic blood analysis if indicated.