Danner Veterinary Hospital is a leading source for advanced animal surgical services in northeast Oklahoma and the surrounding areas. Having extensive experience over a broad spectrum of surgical procedures, Dr. Danner offers safe, state-of-the-art surgical treatment that goes beyond routine spays, neuters, and soft tissue surgeries.

Dr. Danner has been refining and expanding his surgical expertise for more than forty years. He performs surgical procedures on dogs, cats, birds, and other exotic animals such as small pocket pets, lions, tigers, and monkeys. His surgical skills encompass major orthopedic operations, including back and knee surgeries; major soft tissue repair; mass, tumor, and foreign obstruction removal; C-sections, pre and post natal support; and dental surgeries such as root canals to save teeth.

Known throughout the state of Oklahoma for his expertise, Dr. Danner also continues to practice the rare and skillful art of ear cropping for select breeds of dogs. For an elective surgery such as ear cropping, a pre-surgical examination and evaluation, is required as well as a consultation with the client about what they may expect. With proper care and pain management, this procedure is a humane elective process. The recommended age varies greatly depending on the patient, but for most breeds they should be done at 9 to 10 weeks of age.

Additionally, if your cat needs to be declawed for health or safety reasons, Dr. Danner can perform this particular surgery with the greatest quality care and pain management available.

If surgery is required for your pet, you can rest assured that our experienced doctor and staff will take the utmost care of your pet and treat it as our own. At Danner Veterinary Hospital, we understand that anesthesia is scary. It’s very common for people to be concerned, especially when their older pet needs a procedure. To ensure your pet’s safety we require blood work prior to each surgery so that we can screen for any abnormalities or conditions that may be problematic. We also monitor vital signs throughout all stages of surgery and recovery.

Whether your pet is of the age to be spayed or neutered or needs a different surgical procedure, we are here for you and your pet.