1251 E Chocolate Ave Hershey, PA 17033



Our veterinarians are able to perform a variety of emergency surgeries. Common surgeries include: 

  • Foreign body removal 
  • Splenectomy
  • GDV/Bloat
  • Limb amputation
  • Wound repairs
  • Enucleation (eye removal)
  • Pyometra (spay to remove an infected uterus)
  • C-sections 

What to Expect During Surgery at Hershey Animal Emergency Center:

At Hershey Animal Emergency Center we do everything in our power to streamline your experience so that all lab work and pre-surgical exams are completed in a timely manner. 

You can expect our staff's complete attention when your pet is in the surgical room. Veterinary surgery often requires multiple professionals working together, which is why we make sure your pet's temperature, IV fluids, and anesthesia are constantly monitored and adjusted by a trained technician. Our team works together to communicate any potential anomalies that may compromise the efficacy of the surgery.

After Surgery:

Our goal is to update you as soon as possible immediately following surgery.  A doctor or technician will call you and discuss the details of the surgery and any changes to hospitalization or treatment plans.  Detailed and specific post-surgical instructions will be given to owners at discharge.  All surgical patients will be monitored closely following surgery by our dedicated in patient nursing team.  Their comfort level and safety are our main priorities. 

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