2695 East Foothill Blvd

Pasadena, CA 91107 US



Surgical Procedures

Our veterinarians practice the highest level of standards for all surgical procedures. We provide many surgical services including routine spay and neuters and soft-tissue surgeries. We also offer non-invasive surgical procedures with the help of our laparoscope, such as laparoscopic spays, neuter and gastropexys. It is important that surgery be done on an empty stomach. You will withhold food for at least 8 to 10 hours before surgery.

Our clinic has a state-of-the art surgical suite where our veterinarians perform all common procedures, including:

Surgery Services

  • Routine Spay and Neuter
  • Dental Surgery 
  • Laparoscopic Spay and Neuter
  • Laproscopic gastropexy
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Artificial Inseminations
  • C-Section

Rose City Veteirnary Hospital is one of the only few Hospitals in Southern California that offer: 

  • Ovarian Sparing Spay 
  • Uterine Sparing Spay 
  • Laparoscopic Spay 
  • Canine Vasectomy 
  • Canine Zeuterin 

If surgery is recommended, you can feel comfortable knowing that our doctors will provide appropriate pain relief and pre and post operative care. Visual assessment and recording of vital signs are taken by one of our trained veterinary technicians, who will remain with your pet during their recovery. At Rose City Veterinary Hospital our patients safety and comfort before, during and after surgery is of the up-most importance and an essential component of your pet's healthcare.

If you have any questions regarding surgical procedures not listed here, please contact our office at (626)796-8387

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  • "Have been taking my cats to RCVH for years. The Vets and office staff have always been great. My current Vet Dr. Brickman is exceptional: she took over from my previous Vet who moved away. She is very patient and listens to my concerns regarding my elderly male cat. She is a real professional."
    Lori H. Pasadena, CA

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