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A to Z Animal Clinic

Call: 011-49052838, 9810082405

We know that there are times when your pet may need a surgical solution to a health problem. We perform many procedures, including:

  • Spay and neuter
  • Laceration and wound repair
  • Cat declaw
  • Soft tissue procedures
  • Orthopedic procedures

We maintain the highest standards of care for all surgical procedures. Whether we are performing the procedure with the laser or using the scalpel, inhalation (gas) anesthesia, one of the safest available, is used. Using the most current technology, your pet’s vital signs are monitored by our specially trained and licensed veterinary technicians who stay with your pet through the recovery phase.

Spay or Neuter Your Pet

We want to remind you that spaying and neutering pets is a good way of keeping the unwanted pet population percentage low. Because too many animals don’t have forever homes, too many unwanted pets face being humanely euthanized.

Females may be spayed before the first heat cycle, which means at about 6 months of age. Pregnancy can be very dangerous if your pet is too young, and spaying her at the earliest opportunity ensures against this. Male dogs and cats may be neutered at 6 months to 1 year of age. We will recommend to you the most appropriate timing for your pet’s surgery.

Spaying or neutering your pet has other health benefits as well. Males who are neutered may avoid prostate problems later on. Spayed females are much less likely to develop mammary disorders, and pyometra, an infection of the uterus, will not be able to occur.

Outstanding Pet Surgical Care

Your pet will have an IV catheter placed so that fluids can be given during the procedure, and an injection will be administered before the general anesthetic to calm any anxiety your pet might feel. Throughout any procedure, your pet is kept warm and is monitored continually for blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen level, and body temperature.

Because unnecessary risks must be avoided, we take precautions to minimize any foreseeable complications. If we have concerns with the results of diagnostic tests, or your pet’s health indicates it, we may need to treat your pet with medication or run more conclusive blood profiles prior to any procedure when anesthesia is used. Your pet’s surgery will be rescheduled for another day. Routine surgeries may also be postponed if we have an emergency case.

An oncology deal with prevention diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Clinical oncology consists of three primary disciplines:-
Medical oncology: - The treatment of cancer with medicine includes chemotherapy.
Surgical oncology: - The surgical aspect of cancer including biopsy, staging & surgical resection of  tumors.
Radiation oncology: -   The treatment of cancer with therapeutic radiation.

DIGNOSIS of cancer includes staging.

  • Therapeutic intervention based on tumor type, histological grade and stage.
  • A biopsy is the basic tool that allows removal and examination of cells from the growth to determine the presence, or extent of a disease progression.


Common cancers in dogs:- Anal sac carcinoma ,lymphoma , mammary glands cancer, mast cell tumor, oral malignant melanoma, osteosarcoma, soft tissue sarcoma, splenic,hemangiosarcoma.
Common cancers in cats:-   Lymphoma, mammary gland cancers, squamous cell carcinoma, soft tissue sarcoma.
Dermatology: - this branch deals with study , treatment and diseases of skin . Skin disease is very common and frequently occurring problem in pets.

Common Symptoms: Due to the pets fur coat, it is not always easy to diagnose skin condition, common observable signs are
1. Constant licking
2. Scratching of the affected areas
3. Dandruff accumulations in the fur
4. Redness
5. Fear of touch
6. Avoiding bath severely
7. licking foot constantly


Diagnosis:- skin scraping, Ear swab Cytology , Culture and sensitivity, Stains, Endocrine Testing  blood work, urinalysis , punch biopsies, Serum allergy testing, desensitization therapy and elimination feeding trials etc.
Causes:-  The cause of  skin problems may range from hormonal disorders to common Ectoparasites.
Common Skin Disease:- Ear mites, Atopic Dermatitis , Hair loss, Ring worms , Flea Allergy Dermatitis,demodectic mange,sarcoptic mange, lick granulomas,seborrhea
Allergies can’t be fully ruled out but their symptoms can be managed quite well with an effective treatment plan.
Diagnostics: - veterinarians utilize the various tools for diagnosis ,prognosis and treatment plans of diseases in companion animals.
Diagnostic imaging allows doctors to look inside the pets body for any abnormal pictures without using  invasive procedures.
Most of the imaging tests  are painless and easy.
Commonly used techniques for diagnosis
Radiology , medical ultrasound, echo, endoscopy.

Since pets spend most of their time moving around, they are prone to get injuries and diseases related to bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons of the body frequently. Which hampers their ability to move efficiently and comfortably. Orthopedics is hence of immense importance as a branch of veterinary medicine.

Common orthopedic problem in pets.
Cruciate ligament tear, patellar luxation,osteoarthritis,fractures
Diagnosis    X-ray, MRI , Blood work etc.

Neurological studies are responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect the brain, spine, peripheral nerves and muscles. Common symptoms of such diseases include reduced motor coordination ,abnormal brain development and even seizures or paralysis in extreme cases.

Common Nervine Conditions In Pets
Seizures are the most common neurological disorder of companion animals.
Seizures are more common in dogs than in cats.
These include vascular accidents like strokes and bleeding in the brain and the spine. it is a common condition in older pets.
Many underlying risk factors may lead to strokes in pets, such as hypertension, cardiac disease and kidney diseases.

Inter vertebral disc disease
This disease affects dogs more effectively as they age. In certain breeds like the dachshund (about 30% of dogs will have an incident of disc herniation at some point in their life.)

  • Lumbosacral disc disease
  • Cervical spondylomyelopathy

Spine and brain tumors:
Cancer of the brain and spine occurs in dogs and cats more or less with the same frequency as in human beings.
A lot of effort is put into preserving quality as well as quantity of life in neurological patients.
Most of the brain and spinal tumors are benign and can be treated successfully in all pets independent of their age and gender.

Although routine eye ailments  may be serious and require special attention.
These include:

  • Corneal ulcer
  • Entropion
  • Glaucoma
  • Prolapsed gland of the nictitans (cherry eye)
  • Uveitis
  • Cataracts

Symptoms to watch for while taking care of a pets ocular health.

  • Squinting or holding eye short
  • Scratching or rubbing
  • EXCESSIVE Green or yellow discharge.
  • Swelling of the eye or eyelid
  • A CHANGE  in color especially cloudiness or redness.


  • Runs into unfamiliar objects
  • Difficulty finding familiar objects
  • Suddenly unwilling to jump or climb
  • Refusal to move in darkness
  • Exaggerated “high-stepping” gait
  • Keeps head down (constantly sniffs the ground while walking

Heart diseases are quite common in pets and can adequately be handled in most of the cases by the doctors focusing on diagnosis and treatment of disease.

  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)
  • Dilated cardiomyopathy or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  • Degenerative mitral valve disease
  • Coughing and other breathing problems.
  • Congenital heart defects
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
  • Cardiac tumors
  • Pulmonary hypertension

Symptoms of Heart Disease in Pets

  • Coughing
  • Breathing problems or shortness of breath
  • Weakness, fainting, or collapse
  • Exercise intolerance

In this section doctors prevent, diagnose and treat conditions of the oral cavity and, educate the pet parents to visit the facility for the regular oral check up and dentistry procedures.

Signs of oral disease:

    • Broken and discolored teeth
    • Changes in eating behavior
    • Weight loss
    • Inability and unwillingness to open or close the mouth
    • Ptyalism
    • Halitosis (odour from the mouth)
    • Nasal discharge
    • External facial swellings
    • Pain due to dental problems often goes unrecognized by owners and professionals.

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