Wound healing is the restoration of a disrupted area of tissue. An understanding of the normal process of wound healing is essential to make sound decisions in the management of wounds. Correctly using the principles of wound management will help avoid premature wound closure and its potential complications. We are committed to providing the best care possible to your pet.
Common Types of Veterinary Wounds
Heart of Texas Veterinary Specialty Care Center has the experience and training to manage your pet’s wound care needs.
The most common types of wounds include:
- Lacerations (cuts)
- Bite wounds
- Pressure wounds
Our veterinary specialists understand the various solutions to effective wound management. Based on the type of wound and the severity, our dedicated and experienced veterinary team will manage wound healing for your pet. Wound management solutions may include:
- Skin grafting
- Acupuncture to minimize pain
Providing outstanding pet health care is our goal. It is not necessary to receive a referral from your pet’s primary care veterinarian for your pet to receive care at our specialty center. However, veterinary referrals for our wound management services are common. We will work in partnership with your pet’s primary care veterinarian, and ensure they receive updates and written reports regarding diagnostics or treatments performed by our specialty center.
Our dedicated team of experienced board-certified veterinarians, veterinary technicians and support staff use their extensive experience, skill and love for animals to provide your pet with outstanding specialty care.
Please contact us to make an appointment. We are available to answer any questions you may have regarding our wound management services.