We Make Fetch Happen... Again!

Magnolia Veterinary Surgery is a veterinary hospital dedicated to advanced surgical procedures.
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Our compassionate surgery team is dedicated to the care of your family pet.

Located in Tupelo and servicing the surrounding areas, we provide the highest quality of surgical care, in the comfort of our state of the art veterinary hospital at an affordable price.  Our aim is to blend the gap between the primary veterinarian and multi-specialty veterinary referral hospitals.  By keeping the relationship between the primary care veterinarian and the surgeon open, we are able to provide outstanding continuity of care.

Procedures

Magnolia Veterinary Surgery offers a wide range of surgical procedures.

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We are proud of our award winning facility!

Our new 24-hour veterinary hospital was built with attention to the building’s aesthetics and landscaping. Within the comfort of our state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, we provide the highest quality surgical care at an affordable price. Come visit our eye catching facility off North Gloster at 1572 McClure Cove (behind Texas Roadhouse and La Vino).

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Is 11 years old too old for a surgery to repair a leg broken high up? My mothers hospice nurse hit him in our yard. 😪😪😪

Thanks for supporting my cousin!!!

1 month ago

Most veterinary orthopedic surgeries are required to have six weeks of confinement during the postoperative period. It usually goes something like this…
Week 1 is stressful to the owner, but the patient is enjoying his naps and medication! The patient is wearing his collar at ALL times!!!!

Week 2 The patient is feeling a little better and is loving all the extra hugs! The end of week 2, is when staples can be removed, and therefore the e-collar!

Week 3 the patient begins to use the limb even more and is feeling more confident.

Week 4 becomes a little tricky as the patient fully believes he is healed and attempts escape from his confinement. (Resume sedatives!)

Week 5 The patient is feeling and looking even better. Many patients are walking better than before surgery.

Week 6 is recheck week, where x-rays will be taken of the surgery site and a new set of instructions will be given to ease back into normal life!

We understand you, as pet parents, go through a similar journey of emotions, so please reach out to us for support! We have seen and heard it all🤪! We are here to help .😷

#magnoliavetsurgery #veterinarysurgery #veterinary #petstagram #petsofinstagram #tplo #tupelomississippi
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Most veterinary orthopedic surgeries are required to have six weeks of confinement during the postoperative period. It usually goes something like this… 
Week 1 is stressful to the owner, but the patient is enjoying his naps and medication! The patient is wearing his collar at ALL times!!!!

Week 2 The patient is feeling a little better and is loving all the extra hugs! The end of week 2, is when staples can be removed, and therefore the e-collar! 

Week 3 the patient begins to use the limb even more and is feeling more confident. 

Week 4 becomes a little tricky as the patient fully believes he is healed and attempts escape from his confinement. (Resume sedatives!) 

Week 5 The patient is feeling and looking even better. Many patients are walking better than before surgery.

Week 6 is recheck week, where x-rays will be taken of the surgery site and a new set of instructions will be given to ease back into normal life! 

We understand you, as pet parents, go through a similar journey of emotions, so please reach out to us for support! We have seen and heard it all🤪! We are here to help .😷

#magnoliavetsurgery #veterinarysurgery #veterinary #petstagram #petsofinstagram #tplo #tupelomississippi

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Jojo is doing worlds better after his therapy at Magnolia! Even running again!

.y rescue FANCY is having surgery June 10th to remove the bullet still in her foot. Thank you so I know what to expect .See you all June 10th.

Thank you for this post. I have been stressed today. 😫 Gracie peed herself, twice, since she can't squat. She is definitely drugged.

1 month ago

Meet Our Veterinarian! 😷
Dr. George Edwards is a residency-trained small animal veterinary surgeon, practice limited to veterinary surgery. He received 8 years of training and has 12 years of specialty private practice experience. 🐾
😷 “Dr. George” performs both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, but he most enjoys fracture repair and ACL (CCL) surgeries, such as the TPLO procedure.
😷 When asked what he loves most about his job, his reply was, “I love taking complex orthopedic problems into the operating room, methodically repairing the injury and seeing the patient a few weeks later looking and feeling better than they were before surgery. Pets hold a special place in our hearts. They are family members. It is an honor to help each and every animal who comes to us for surgery.” 🐾
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Meet Our Veterinarian! 😷
Dr. George Edwards is a residency-trained small animal veterinary surgeon, practice limited to veterinary surgery. He received 8 years of training and has 12 years of specialty private practice experience. 🐾
😷 “Dr. George” performs both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, but he most enjoys fracture repair and ACL (CCL) surgeries, such as the TPLO procedure. 
😷 When asked what he loves most about his job, his reply was, “I love taking complex orthopedic problems into the operating room, methodically repairing the injury and seeing the patient a few weeks later looking and feeling better than they were before surgery. Pets hold a special place in our hearts. They are family members. It is an honor to help each and every animal who comes to us for surgery.” 🐾

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Dr. George and the entire staff was wonderful with my complicated Zeva❤️ We are sooo grateful for everything and Zeva is able to run and play again 😊

I am sooo thankful we found him when our dog broken bones in L front leg . He did a great job, she is healing well, and so far no complications. Hope we don’t have to but I will use Dr Edwards again if ever needed !!!

A great doctor and human being.

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