Veterinary Surgery

Sometimes surgery is required in order to provide the most effective care for your pet. At Clarksburg Veterinary Hospital, our experienced veterinarian provides quality veterinary surgery to address a number of physical problems faced by small animals. We use the latest technological advances and have extensive knowledge of animal physiology and anatomy.

Is your pet suffering from a hernia? Does in need a mass removed? Clarksburg Veterinary Hospital offers surgical treatment for these and other issues. From routine surgeries to treating more serious conditions, you can place your trust in us and rest easy knowing that your pet is in capable hands. We provide:
  • Bladder Stone Removal
  • Eye Surgery
  • Hernia Repair
  • Routine Spays and Neuters
  • Mass Removal
  • Intestinal Surgery
  • Unusual Bumps or Lumps
  • Lack of Appetite
  • Painful Ears
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Change in Behavior

Veterinary Dental Care

Did you know that dental health is just as important for your furry friend as it is for humans? Choose Clarksburg Veterinary Hospital for quality veterinary dental care and keep your pet's teeth and gums in the best shape possible. Our veterinarian provides dental treatment for a number of common issues affecting the oral health of pets in Clarksburg, West Virginia. Call 304-623-3545 to schedule an appointment today to meet with our veterinarian about your pet's dental health.


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  • Soft Tissue Gingival Surgery
  • Routine Dental Cleaning
  • Root Planing Therapy
  • Periodontal Therapy
  • Surgical Extractions
  • Root Canal Therapy


If your pet has a broken tooth or another issue that requires the tooth to be removed, you can rely on Clarksburg Veterinary Hospital for a professional tooth extraction. Certain conditions may require teeth to be removed in order to relieve pain or improve overall health. Our veterinarian can provide both partial and full-mouth dental extraction as needed. For more information about surgical extractions for your pet, give us a call at 304-623-3545.

Root canal therapy

When the pulp, the bundle of cells and connective tissue on the inside of your pet's tooth, becomes infected, root canal therapy may be necessary. The process cleans and restores the tooth, removing any infection to save the tooth's integrity. Root canal therapy can prevent the spreading of infection to other teeth and contribute to greater oral health for your pet.
When it comes to the health of your pet, it is imperative that you act quickly in response to any signs trouble. If you think your pet may need veterinary surgery, give us a call at 304-623-3545 to schedule a consultation.