Pet Surgery in New Berlin, WI

At New Berlin Animal Hospital, we minimize risks with extensive safety protocols before, during, and after your pet’s surgery. As an AAHA-accredited hospital, we use the latest surgical methods to ensure a successful and minimally invasive procedure.  Although surgery and anesthesia are very common, we take your pet’s procedures very seriously.

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Surgeries We Perform

The veterinarians at our animal hospital are skilled in both soft tissue and more complex orthopedic surgeries. Some of the more common surgeries we perform include:

Soft Tissue

  • Mass/tumor removal
  • Foreign body removal
  • Spay and neuter
  • Skin tag removal
  • Cherry eye surgery
  • Cystotomy (bladder surgery)
  • And more


  • Fracture repairs
  • CCL rupture repairs
  • Patella luxation

For more complex orthopedic or soft tissue surgeries, we can refer you and your pet to specialists in the area who we trust to give your pet the care they deserve.

Safety with Anesthesia

One of the largest concerns owners have is with anesthesia. The anesthetic does come with some inherent risks, but with veterinary medicine as advanced as it is, we are able to minimize these risks with anesthesia so your pet’s surgery and recovery are as smooth as possible. Safety protocols we have in place include:

  • Pre-anesthetic blood work and exam to check for underlying conditions that could complicate anesthesia
  • An exact anesthetic protocol tailored to your pet
  • Warmed fluids provided through an IV catheter for hydration and to maintain blood pressure and body temperature
  • Extensive monitoring through advanced equipment that measures your pet’s heart rate and rhythm, respiration rate, pulse oximetry, blood pressure and more.
  • Certified Veterinary Technicians who are college educated and state certified to monitor your pet through all stages of anesthesia and recovery.
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Ask About Pet Surgery

Surgery can benefit your pet in many ways, whether it’s to prevent a future problem, or correct a current condition. Ask us more about pet surgery and if a procedure is right for your pet. Contact us at 262-782-6910.