Adapting to New Plans

Warning: The following contains post-op pictures that are graphic. Though the purpose is for educational reference, viewer discretion is advised. On September 8, 2020, Copper, a very sweet golden retriever, underwent surgery at Pets In Stitches to have a very large mass on the side of his abdomen removed. The mass was folding over, causing …Read More

Extra Measures of Love by Pets In Stitches

As Pleasant As Possible  When your furbaby gets handed over to us, we want to make the experience as pleasant as possible—for both you and your little loved one. We go above and beyond to ensure your pet is comfortable before, during, and after surgery.  Less Stress, More Healing Not only are these extra measures …Read More

Innie or Outie? Umbilical Hernias in Pets

Most of us probably haven’t thought much about it, but pets have belly buttons just like we do. As mammals, they are connected to their mother during pregnancy through an umbilical cord that falls off after birth. The belly button, or umbilicus, is typically just a cute little scar. Sometimes, though, umbilical hernias in pets …Read More

A Spotlight On Post Surgical Pet Care

Surgeries are an unpleasant, but necessary, part of life for people and pets. The days and weeks following any surgery are an important time of rest and recovery, and having a devoted caretaker at home is absolutely essential for proper healing to occur. We take post surgical pet care seriously at Pets In Stitches, which …Read More

Taking Your Lumps: All About Pet Mass Removals

Any time a new lump or bump arises on a pet, it is cause for concern. Not only are they unattractive, they can also be bothersome for the pet. Some may even be cancerous. The cornerstone of treatment for many types of growths on pets is surgical removal. Depending on the size and location of …Read More

Eye, Eye, Cap’n! Pet Eye Surgeries at Pets in Stitches

The eyes are said to be the windows to the soul, and anyone who has stared into the deep, warm eyes of an animal friend can testify to that. Eye problems are not uncommon in pets, which is why Pets in Stitches is sure to offer several pet eye surgeries to help our patients. Keep …Read More