Surgery A Tradition of Trust & Exceptional Veterinary Care

Veterinary Surgery in Rocky Point

Advanced Procedures & Modern Pain Management

Rocky Point Animal Hospital knows that there are times when your pet may need a surgical solution to correct a health problem.

Our experienced veterinary surgeons in Rocky Point perform almost any surgical procedure your pet might need, including:

  • Spay and neuter
  • Laceration and wound repair
  • Soft tissue procedures
  • Gastrointestinal foreign bodies
  • Tumor removal and biopsy

We encourage you to learn more about our Rocky Point surgical services by calling (631) 302-7454 or contacting us online.

Outstanding Surgical Care for Your Pet

At Rocky Point Animal Hospital, no surgery or anesthetic procedure is considered “routine.” We take anesthesia very seriously and have developed protocols to maximize your pet’s safety and comfort. Every patient has an IV catheter placed, which allows us to perform smooth inductions, give intravenous fluids (which helps maintain good blood pressure during anesthesia), and provides added safety should rare complications occur.

While under general anesthesia, your pet is kept warm and his or her vital signs are monitored continually using the most current technology. Trained veterinary technicians observe and record blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen level, and body temperature. This same veterinary technician will remain with your pet after surgery to ensure their comfort and safety.

After your pet goes home, we will check on their progress and make sure everything is going well. If there are any problems, you can be sure that everyone at Rocky Point Animal Hospital takes the extra steps necessary to make sure that your pet is recovering well.

Because we want to avoid any unnecessary risk, we take precautions to minimize any foreseeable complications. Pets scheduled for surgery are often given pre-anesthetic blood tests to check for any abnormalities. If anything abnormal is found, we will discuss with you what, if any, action is needed to ensure your pet’s health and safety.

Pain Management Before, During & After Your Pet’s Surgery

Research has shown that providing pain medication prior to starting a surgical procedure significantly reduces the level of pain the patient experiences post-operatively. Pre-medicating your pet also helps reduce stress and anxiety.

Complete pain management helps make your pet as comfortable as possible before, during, and after surgery. Pain relief during any surgical procedure has a profound impact on how well our patients recover. It also significantly affects their attitude and activity once they return home. Our veterinarians and veterinary technicians always have your pet’s well-being in mind and will provide pain management medications to ensure the highest level of comfort possible.

Some pets will need to stay overnight with us after they have recovered from surgery. No need to worry! Your animal will be well taken care of by our staff and any medication he or she needs will be administered.

How to Prepare for Spay or Neuter Surgery

Preparing for your pet's spay or neuter appointment involves a few key steps:

  1. Fasting: Follow our veterinarian's instructions regarding food and water intake before the surgery.

  2. Pre-operative Exam: Ensure your pet has a thorough pre-operative examination to assess their health and suitability for the procedure.

  3. Post-operative Care: Arrange a comfortable and quiet space at home for your pet's recovery, equipped with bedding and any recommended post-operative supplies.

  4. Follow Veterinarian's Instructions: Adhere to any specific guidelines provided by our veterinarian regarding medications, exercise restrictions, and post-operative care.

  5. Transportation: Plan for a safe and comfortable trip to and from the veterinary clinic.

  6. Comfort Items: Bring familiar items like blankets or toys to provide comfort during recovery.

  7. Clear Communication: Discuss any concerns or questions with your veterinarian beforehand to ensure a smooth and stress-free experience for both you and your pet.

Discuss your pet’s health needs with our veterinary surgeons in Rocky Point by calling (631) 302-7454.


  • Emergency Services
  • Comprehensive Pet Care
  • Preventative Care & Early Detection are Key
  • Stable & Supportive Environment
  • Knowledgeable, Caring & Compassionate Staff
Pawsitively the best.

Caring for animals bring us so much joy. We look forward to providing quality care to your pets.

Real Stories from Real Owners

Read Our Reviews
  • “They are absolutely knowledgeable and they care about both the animals and their owners.”

    - Frank C.
  • “They all are smart, caring, wonderful people who love our animals as much as we do.”

    - Sharon N.
  • “They are so understanding and I just love their support.”

    - C. M.