Spaying | neutering | Surgery

Veterinary Surgical Services – Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital – Pet Services, Spay, Neuter in Newmarket/Aurora

We use electronic monitoring equipment to ensure that patient’s vital signs are monitored during all anesthetic procedures. We do wide variety of minor & major surgeries such as spay, neuter, declaw, urinary obstruction unblocking, hernia & wound repair, lump removal, cat bite abscess, etc.. The surgery suite is where all sterile surgical procedures take place. We perform a wide array of soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. All of our surgical patients receive intravenous fluids as well as conscientious anesthetic monitoring by one of our Veterinary Technicians.

Anesthesia and Patient Monitoring

• During surgery, our veterinarians and veterinary technicians monitor all patients’ vital parameters such as Blood pressure, breathing, pulse and oxygenation, also EKG monitoring is important for senior pets to ensure their safety. The anesthetic protocol depends on the surgical procedures. Sometimes local anesthesia or sedation may be enough, while surgeries such as spay or neuter requires general anesthesia.
Our veterinarians will examine your pet and perform preanesthetic blood testing before surgery. We begin all general anesthetic operations by administering a sedative to help the patient relax and decrease pet anxiety. We then induce anesthesia by injecting an intravenous anesthetic drug to provide complete anesthesia and place an endotracheal breathing tube into the patient’s trachea. The surgical anesthetic plane is maintained a gas anesthetic mixed with oxygen through the breathing tube. We always keep you informed on your pet’s progress.
For more details on our anesthetic protocols, please speak to our veterinarians or contact us with any questions.


Our veterinary clinic in Newmarket offers a comprehensive range of surgical services to address various medical needs in animals. From routine procedures like spaying and neutering to more complex surgeries such as cancer excision and gastrointestinal surgeries, your clinic seems well-equipped to handle a wide range of cases.

The use of electrosurgery in major surgeries like cancer excision demonstrates a commitment to employing advanced techniques to ensure optimal outcomes for your patients. Electrosurgery’s ability to cut, coagulate, desiccate, or fulgurate tissue can be invaluable in achieving surgical precision and hemostasis.

Pain management is a crucial aspect of veterinary surgery, and it’s commendable that your clinic tailors pain control protocols based on the specific nature of each surgical procedure. Orthopedic surgeries and feline declaw procedures, for example, may necessitate more aggressive pain management strategies, including a combination of different pain medications, while less invasive procedures like spaying and neutering may require milder pain relief options.

By prioritizing pain management and utilizing advanced surgical techniques like electrosurgery, your clinic is dedicated to providing compassionate care and ensuring the well-being of your animal patients throughout the surgical process.



Spaying your pet has many benefits. it prevents female animals from becoming pregnant and reproducing,
By spaying your female pet early, you’re protecting her against certain mammary gland cancers
You will not have to worry about her going into heat. Spaying, which involves removing the ovaries and uterus, please call us so we can discuss your concerns.


Neutering your pet has many benefits. The procedure, which prevents male animals from reproducing
By neutering your pet, you’re reducing his risk for testicular and prostate cancer. Neutering will also reduce or prevent undesirable behavior, including spraying, fighting, humping, and roaming.
Neutering means removing the testicles. If you have a question, please call us so we can discuss your concerns.


A gastropexy is a surgical procedure that is sometimes performed in large breed dogs such as Great Dane, Irish Setter, Rottweiler, Standard Poodle and Weimaraner to prevent gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV), also known as bloat. A gastropexy surgery may be performed prophylactically in a healthy dog predisposed to this condition or may be done as part of the surgical management of GDV to prevent recurrence.

Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital

Veterinary Hospital Newmarket and Aurora

107-525 Brooker Ridge
Newmarket, ON L3X-2M2
T: 905-898-1010


Mon-Fri 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sat 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sun Closed