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.

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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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Macey Davis McNail

What an exciting day! Tank is ready to rock’n’roll! It was a scary day 11 weeks ago when he feel out of the truck and broke his femur. But Magnolia Veterinary Surgery saw him right away and fixed him up. It’s been a long road of healing and trying to keep a rambunctious lab still and calm. But it’s all been worth it and I could be more excited that Greg has his little hunting buddy back to normal!! We love our Tank and we love M.V.S!! Thanks guys!! 🐶❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

What an exciting day! Tank is ready to rock’n’roll! It was a scary day 11 weeks ago when he feel out of the truck and broke his femur. But Magnolia Veterinary Surgery saw him right away and fixed him up. It’s been a long road of healing and trying to keep a rambunctious lab still and calm. But it’s all been worth it and I could be more excited that Greg has his little hunting buddy back to normal!! We love our Tank and we love M.V.S!! Thanks guys!! 🐶❤️

 

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Way to go, Tank! Now go have fun (and be careful out there!) 🐶

Glad to see hes feeling better....

So very glad to hear that sweet boy is all good! ❤️

5 days ago

Magnolia Veterinary Surgery

It’s TPLO Tuesday! Meet Cakie Bear, a 1 year old Labrador who recently became lame in the left hind limb. After a few weeks of cage rest and medications, she still seemed a bit stiff. Dr. Ganis, from All Animal Hospital, referred CB to us for surgery, where she had a TPLO procedure yesterday to stabilize her knee after tearing her ACL.
She is a young pup full of energy, who should do great after her recovery! Get well soon Cakie Bear! 🎂🐻😍😷🐶
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It’s TPLO Tuesday! Meet Cakie Bear, a 1 year old Labrador who recently became lame in the left hind limb. After a few weeks of cage rest and medications, she still seemed a bit stiff. Dr. Ganis, from All Animal Hospital, referred CB to us for surgery, where she had a TPLO procedure yesterday to stabilize her knee after tearing her ACL. 
She is a young pup full of energy, who should do great after her recovery! Get well soon Cakie Bear! 🎂🐻😍😷🐶Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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All Animal Hospital, Inc Gretchen Ganas Now Cakie’s recovery begins...

Get well soon Cakie Bear.. the hard part is keeping her calm😬😬

Awww!! Get well soon Cakie!!!

Hope they sent you some good sedatives! Lol

So sorry to hear about Cakie’s problem. Hope she is on the way to recovery now.

Y'all are the BEST!!!!

She’ll do awesome! They did our Wormie back in May. You would never know it to see him now.

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1 week ago

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Meet Addie Brooke! She arrived to us this week after a trauma to her right front leg. After a day of fluids and stabilization, Addie Brooke was taken into surgery where a bone plate and screws were positioned over the fracture to stabilize it. She will be in a splint for several weeks, but we think she will be feeling much better soon! 🐶😷 ... See MoreSee Less

Meet Addie Brooke! She arrived to us this week after a trauma to her right front leg. After a day of fluids and stabilization, Addie Brooke was taken into surgery where a bone plate and screws were positioned over the fracture to stabilize it. She will be in a splint for several weeks, but we think she will be feeling much better soon! 🐶😷Image attachment

 

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The work you all do amazes me. Will forever be grateful, and so will Ayden and his Willow.

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