1. Spaying/Neutering: The surgical sterilization of dogs to prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce certain health risks.
2. Dental Procedures: Dogs often require dental cleanings, extractions, or treatments for periodontal disease.
3. Tumor Removal: Surgical removal of tumors, both benign and malignant, is a common procedure in dogs.
4. Orthopedic Surgeries: These may include procedures such as cruciate ligament repair, hip or elbow dysplasia surgery, or fracture repairs.
5. Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) Surgery: Also known as "bloat," this emergency surgery treats the twisting of the stomach and is commonly performed on large, deep-chested breeds.
6. Ear Surgery: Dogs with chronic ear infections or other ear conditions may require surgeries such as ear canal ablation or lateral ear canal resection.
7. Eye Surgeries: Cataract removal, entropion or ectropion correction, and cherry eye repair are some examples of eye surgeries in dogs.
8. Caesarian Section: In cases where a dog is unable to give birth naturally, a C-section is performed to deliver the puppies safely.
9. Foreign Body Removal: Dogs sometimes swallow objects they shouldn't, requiring surgical intervention to remove the foreign body from the digestive tract.
10. Exploratory Laparotomy: This surgery involves opening the abdomen to investigate and address various conditions, such as gastrointestinal issues or abdominal trauma.
Remember, the prevalence of these surgeries may change over time, and it's essential to consult with a veterinarian for accurate information.