PETSURG

Surgical Referral Hospital For Pets Our practice is devoted to personalized quality care of dogs and cats in need of surgery. Dr. Diana Jones

PETSURG is your partner for exceptional veterinary specialty care including soft tissue, orthopedic and oncologic surgery by a board-certified veterinary surgeon. We are dedicated to compassionate care in a comfortable home-like atmosphere. Our staff strive to provide the best experience for you and your pet during an emotional time. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Photos from PETSURG's post 02/27/2020

Did you know that overfeeding your pet can cause more than vomiting and obesity? The top radiograph you will see an overfed pets stomach and the bottom you will see a regular size stomach. Overfeeding can lead to gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV), often referred to as bloat or twisted stomach, which is a serious emergency medical condition in dogs. It is always important to only feed as directed by your veterinarian.

Our Dog Blue’s Journey from Disaster to Recovery 02/20/2020

Our Dog Blue’s Journey from Disaster to Recovery

The journey of our patient Blue is remarkable. Her family never gave up hope that she could one day walk again.

Blue came to us needing her knee surgery which was a big success. It was unfortunate to see Blue back due to being in a car accident. Thanks to the doctors and staff here, we helped guide Blue's owners towards means of fixing her paralysis. And fortunately she's all better!! Check out her story!

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Our Dog Blue’s Journey from Disaster to Recovery Our Dog Blue’s Journey from Disaster to Recovery 2019 - 2020

02/11/2020

What congenital issue do you see here?

02/10/2020

Dr. Goldstein's book Lions, Tigers, and Hamsters is available on Amazon. Do you recognize this handsome golden retriever on this article?

02/08/2020

Can you spot the bladder stones!? Urinary stones are a common condition in cats and dogs! This is very uncomfortable for the pet and leads to chronic infections. Surgery to remove the stones is offered here at PETSURG! For more information on urinary stones visit https://www.acvs.org/small-animal/urinary-stones

02/08/2020

How many puppies do you think this Frenchie had by C-section?

Photos from Cradle Vet's post 02/07/2020

Check out this awesome success story! Did you know that we do skin grafting and complete wound repairs too?

Photos from PETSURG's post 02/05/2020

Who knew a spleen could get this big?! It sure is possible when it has a splenic mass. In the radiograph you can see how the spleen is so large it wraps around to the other side of the distended abdomen..

Photos from PETSURG's post 02/04/2020

It's all fun and games until your pet ingests the fun. Rope toys can be a hazard to your dog when left unattended. Lucky for this pup it was caught in just enough time to save him. Although he lost 58 inches of dying intestine.

02/03/2020

Look at the transformation of this skinny pittie stray from a month ago. She was adopted!😊

02/02/2020

Foreign body surgery is very common! Animals will eat anything they can reach ! Here is the x-ray of a cat who came in to us with a foreign body and the ribbon that was taken out! Surgery was successful in removing the foreign body and saving the cats life!

Photos from PETSURG's post 01/31/2020

This cat came to us after missing for 1 month and returned with a wound on the leg. Surgery was successful in saving the leg as well as the use of the leg.

01/29/2020

FOUND CAT !! Found at the Carmel Terrace Apartments located on Stoney Peak Dr on 01/28/20. If you have any information about this cat please call ER4Pets & Petsurg at (858)676-1600 :)

Photos from PETSURG's post 01/04/2020

FOUND PITBULL !! Was rescued on Mathieson Street
92129 on 1/3/20. If you have any information regarding this pet please contact PETSURG & ER4PETS at (858) 676-1600 right away. Thank you

11/08/2019

Did you know we do surgeries to remove cancer? This sweet boy is in recovery after having his cancer removed last night!

“Swallowing one golf ball could be very dangerous, let alone five,” said veterinary surgeon Emily Moss, who removed five golf balls from the stomach of Louis, a Springer Spaniel Labrador. The dog’s owner, Rebecca Miles, told SWNS he might have swallowed the first one “months ago,” when he first appeared sick and began losing weight. 04/09/2019

“Swallowing one golf ball could be very dangerous, let alone five,” said veterinary surgeon Emily Moss, who removed five golf balls from the stomach of Louis, a Springer Spaniel Labrador. The dog’s owner, Rebecca Miles, told SWNS he might have swallowed the first one “months ago,” when he first appeared sick and began losing weight.

Dogs will swallow nonfood items so be careful what they have access to. An intestinal obstruction or choking may occur. We can remove objects surgically that can't be relieved by other means.
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“Swallowing one golf ball could be very dangerous, let alone five,” said veterinary surgeon Emily Moss, who removed five golf balls from the stomach of Louis, a Springer Spaniel Labrador. The dog’s owner, Rebecca Miles, told SWNS he might have swallowed the first one “months ago,” when he first appeared sick and began losing weight.

Click here to support Fix Sansa's broken leg organized by Anna Brown 04/06/2019

Click here to support Fix Sansa's broken leg organized by Anna Brown

I am glad she is doing well after her surgery at PETSURG.

Click here to support Fix Sansa's broken leg organized by Anna Brown Sansa is a sweet 6 month old stray rescue kitten who one day was limping on her hind leg. We don't know how it happened but xrays show a clean break. She's getting surgery this week but it will be expensive to fix (about $1500 with our rescue discount) and we don't want to amputate! Please help...

Mammary Tumors | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/09/2019

Mammary Tumors | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Female dogs that are not spayed commonly have a mammary tumor (Breast cancer). Feel for a lump in the mammary glands on each side of the chest and abdomen. Contact us for an exam and surgery consultation. https://www.acvs.org/small-animal/mammary-tumors

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Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/08/2019

Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Do you have a pet that loves to eat everything in sight? Your furry companion could easily become obstructed with a foreign body, which can be life threatening if he or she does not pass it. Doctor Jones does exploratory Surgery to find and remove the foreign object to save your furry friends life. ( getting pet insurance if your pet likes to eat everything, can save you thousands) https://www.acvs.org/small-animal/gastrointestinal-foreign-bodies

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Urinary Stones | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/07/2019

Urinary Stones | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

The formation of bladder stones (calculi) is associated with precipitation and crystal formation of a variety of minerals.

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Brachycephalic Syndrome | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/06/2019

Brachycephalic Syndrome | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Common examples of brachycephalic dog breeds include the English bulldog, French bulldog, Pug, Pekingese, and Boston terrier. These dogs have been bred to have relatively short muzzles and noses and, because of this, the throat and breathing passages in these dogs are frequently undersized or flattened. Persian cats also have a brachycephalic conformation. We have done this surgery many times with great success.

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Urinary Stones | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/05/2019

Urinary Stones | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Does your pet ever strain to urinate and medication, change of food isn't working.
Your pet may be showing signs of Bladder stones. Removing Stones from the Bladder is one of the many surgeries Dr. Jones Performs here. Call us for an exam/ consult if your beloved furry child is showing signs. https://www.acvs.org/small-animal/urinary-stones

Urinary Stones | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS Members Only Policy & Reference| Financial| Surveys| Member Resources| Annual Business Meeting| Program Directors' Meeting

Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 03/03/2019

Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Most gastrointestinal foreign bodies become lodged within the stomach or intestines and require a gastrotomy (opening the stomach) or enterotomy (opening the intestine).

Gastrointestinal Foreign Bodies | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS Members Only Policy & Reference| Financial| Surveys| Member Resources| Annual Business Meeting| Program Directors' Meeting

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 02/28/2019

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Tearing the ACL is caused by a combination of many factors, including aging of the ligament (degeneration), obesity, poor physical condition, genetics, conformation (skeletal shape and configuration), and breed. Poor physical body condition and excessive body weight are risk factors for the development of cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. Pet owners can help improve a pet's weight and body condition with regular activity and monitoring of food intake to maintain a lean body mass.

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

Patellar Luxations | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS 02/27/2019

Patellar Luxations | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

The condition affects primarily small dogs, especially breeds such as Boston and Yorkshire terriers, Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, and miniature poodles. The incidence in large breed dogs has been on the rise over the past ten years, and breeds such as Chinese Shar Pei, Flat-Coated Retrievers, Akitas, and Great Pyrenees are now considered predisposed to this disease. Patellar luxation affects both knees in half of all cases, potentially resulting in discomfort and loss of function.

Patellar Luxations | American College of Veterinary Surgeons - ACVS

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