Elective Surgeries Seriously Worth Considering

Certain operations can improve, and sometimes even save, your dog’s life.

If your dog has a cancerous tumor on his spleen and will die unless it is surgically removed, the operation is clearly a medical necessity. But there are a couple of surgeries we commonly perform at Tufts to prevent disease and other problems rather than treat them. Thus, they are considered elective procedures. Here’s a […]
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