TECA (Total Ear Canal Ablation) Surgery

This surgical procedure is done when the dog or cat's ear disease cannot be cured with medicine. Chronically infected ears cause a lot of pain.

This procedure involves the removal of the diseased and infected ear canal while leaving the hearing intact. 90% of owners report a significant improvement in their pet's quality of life following the procedure.

Read more information about TECA surgery here: https://directvetsurg.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Pet-owners-Total-ear-canal-ablation.pdf

Before Surgery

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After Surgery

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Screw Tail (Tail Amputation) Surgery

It is a genetic malformation of the last vertebrae (the tail) of the spine. The tail can partially obstruct the anus in which case feces and anal sac fluid enhance the skin infection. The tail fold may then become painful and itchy.

Before Surgery

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After Surgery

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