Pet Surgery by Skilled Veterinary Professionals

At Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling, we try to make veterinary surgical care as accessible as possible for clients. Our expert team is prepared to perform a wide variety of surgeries—from routine to complex. No matter the surgery, we are committed to getting your pet on the road to health.


When your pet received surgery at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling, your pet is in good hands. We have state-of-the-art equipment, skilled veterinarians, and carefully monitor your pet from beginning to end.

Our veterinarians are skilled in advanced animal surgery. If routine veterinary surgery (including spaying, neutering, or dental surgery) is needed, we implement anesthetic protocols that are unique to your pet’s needs. Throughout your pet’s procedure, our staff will monitor heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, oxygen levels, carbon dioxide levels, and EKG with the highest quality of veterinary equipment.

Here at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic, we take pride in offering full-service surgical capabilities, including specialized services such as TPLOs (knee surgeries), surgical anal sac removal, fracture repair, and exploratory surgery.

Veterinarian examining dog


At Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic of Luling, we recognize that a pet’s surgery can be a stressful time for you and your pet. Here’s what you can expect with the surgery:

  1. The night before surgery, we’ll ask that you don’t feed your pet after 10 pm
  2. On surgery day, you’ll check your pet in for surgery at Chisholm Trail Veterinary Clinic between 7 and 8 am
  3. After check-in, your pet’s veterinarian will discuss the procedure with you and answer any questions you have
  4. To ensure we have a full picture of your pet’s health, a pre-anesthetic blood test will be performed
  5. Your pet will be sedated and/or anesthetized, and then the procedure will begin
  6. We’ll update you throughout the day on your pet’s condition
  7. Once the procedure is complete, your pet will be sent home with care instructions and (if needed) pain medication

Call (830) 875-2456 to schedule your pet’s surgery or ask us any questions you may have about your pet's upcoming procedure.


If your pet has dental issues, arthritis, injuries or is healing from recent surgery, your pet may be experiencing pain. Research has shown that reducing pet pain can speed the healing process. We are here to manage your pet’s pain by offering responsible pain management therapies and medications.



Chronic illnesses can come with suffering, so we often offer pain medication regimens to alleviate pain for pets. Our customized plans will have a conservative dosage with regular blood work to ensure your pet’s unique needs are met in a positive way.

Together, we can reduce pain for your pet. Contact us today!

Let’s talk about your pet’s surgical needs.