Top surgeons in the field.
Dr. Walsh is a board-certified small animal veterinary surgeon. He is recognized as one of the best in his field. Specifically, Dr. Walsh is a leading dog or cat surgeon specializing in limb-spare procedures for bone tumors in dogs. In addition, he is an expert in surgical oncology and reconstructive surgery for animals.
Dr. Walsh also specializes in minimally invasive dog or cat surgery techniques. His dedication and passion for dog or cat surgery is based on his love for animals, which is why dog or cat owners choose to go to this Roseville emergency animal hospital. His highest priority is to ensure that your dog or cat is in the best possible hands. It can be scary to be told that your dog or cat needs surgery. Dr. Walsh makes it a little less so.
Our veterinary surgeons perform best in class orthopedic procedures involving amputation, ligament repair, or repair for specific or general fractures. We also perform minimally invasive procedures, such as arthroscopy and laparoscopy.
If your dog or cat is suffering from dislocations (full or partial), or a floating kneecap (known as a patellar luxation), we provide surgery to repair these luxations and subluxations. We also treat dogs or cats with hip dysplasia, as well as those suffering from cranial cruciate ligament disease or injury. Dr. Walsh performs several different procedures for repair of cranial cruciate ligament rupture, such as…
Soft Tissue Procedures
Our surgeons provide a comprehensive list of soft tissue procedures for dogs or cats in Roseville and surrounding areas. Dr. Walsh works with dogs or cats that need surgery involving the cardiovascular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal systems. MarQueen Veterinary Emergency & Specialty also provides more specialized endocrine, urinary/genitourinary, and ear surgical procedures.
Dogs or cats suffering from hernias or that need reconstructive surgery are treated at our emergency animal hospital in Roseville. Our surgeons are also skilled in oncologic surgeries to treat dog or cat cancer and tumors. Additionally, if your dog or cat is in need of hepatobiliary procedures dealing with the liver and gallbladder, our emergency dog or cat surgeons can assist your dog or cat.
The Board Certified Advantage
There are close to a hundred thousand licensed veterinarians in the United States. Only a very small fraction are board-certified. To become board-certified, a veterinarian must undergo a long and difficult process of study and testing that takes a minimum of three years to complete. The standard for certification is nothing less than excellence.