Animal Surgical Center of Michigan

5045 Miller Road

Flint, MI 48507

Ph: 810-671-0088

What's new and what's hot?

  • Minimally invasive fracture repeair stimulates the healing process resulting in less pain, faster healing and potentially less overall cost to the client.... read more.
  • Minimally invasive cavity surgery (chest and abdomen) is allowing pets to enjoy less more.
  • Liver tumors now removed with better precision which allows for less blood loss and complete liver tumor more.
  • Laryngeal paralysis is a canine version of Lou Gehrig's Disease in humans... read more.
  • Vaccine for cancer - yes! Malignant melanoma is responding to this more.


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What does Board-certification by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons mean?


  • Four years of advanced training in surgery beyond the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree

  • Experience in the development of new surgical treatments

  • Rigorous examination by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons to ensure competency in advanced surgical techniques

  • Certifies that a veterinarian is a surgical specialist

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