Oak Knoll Vet Clinic in Rolling Prairie, Indiana is committed to providing the highest quality veterinary care for our patients, which is why we offer a range of surgical and endoscopic services. These services include routine surgeries, such as spaying and neutering, as well as more complex procedures, such as mass removals.

In addition, we offer endoscopic services, including gastroscopy and colonoscopy, to help diagnose and treat digestive system issues in animals. These procedures use a flexible, camera-equipped instrument to view the inside of the animal’s body, allowing for a non-invasive and precise diagnosis.

Our clinic’s experienced veterinarians and support staff are equipped with the latest technology and techniques, ensuring that all surgical and endoscopic procedures are performed with the utmost care and precision. Whether a pet needs a routine surgery or a complex procedure, Oak Knoll Vet Clinic is equipped to provide the care they need to maintain good health.

There are several common surgeries that animals may need to undergo at some point in their lives. Some of these include:

  1. Spaying and neutering: This procedure involves removing the reproductive organs of dogs and cats to prevent unwanted breeding and reduce the risk of certain health problems.
  2. Orthopedic surgeries: Orthopedic surgeries are performed to correct skeletal or joint problems, such as hip dysplasia, cruciate ligament tears, or fractures.
  3. Mass removals: Mass removals are performed to remove abnormal growths, such as tumors or cysts, from various parts of the body.
  4. Bladder stone removal: This procedure involves removing stones that have formed in the bladder, which can cause discomfort and urinary problems.
  5. Ear surgeries: Ear surgeries are performed to treat problems such as chronic infections or tumors in the ear.
  6. Soft tissue surgeries: Soft tissue surgeries are performed to treat issues such as hernias, foreign body removal, or entropion (eyelid abnormalities).
  7. Eye surgeries: Eye surgeries are performed to treat problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, or corneal ulcers.


It’s important to note that not all animals will require surgery, but in some cases, surgery may be necessary to improve their quality of life and health. The decision to perform surgery should be made in consultation with a veterinarian, who will consider the animal’s overall health, age, and other factors.

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If you are looking to bring your pet in to Oak Knoll Vet Clinic or have any questions about our services, please reach out to our dedicated staff today.