Dental Care Franklin, WI

At Starvet, our skilled team of veterinarians offer a wide selection of in-practice surgical and dental procedures. Procedures range from electives – such as spays, neuters, and dental cleanings to non-elective procedures recommended in the best interest of your pet’s health.

We understand any type of surgical or dental procedure can be a stressful situation for yourself and your pet alike. We will be with you every step or the way. Our team will keep you fully informed as the treatment plan progresses, address your questions or concerns and go over what to expect after the procedure is completed.


  • Feline and Canine Spay
  • Feline and Canine Neuter
  • Lump / Growth Removal
  • Cystotomy
  • Laceration Repair
  • Hematoma Repair
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Ocular / Eye surgeries
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Dewclaw removal
  • FHO surgery
  • ACL / Cruciate Repair
  • Exploratory (foreign body) Surgery


  • Ultrasonic Cleanings
  • Extractions
  • Dental X-rays

Under direct supervision of our veterinarians our experienced team implement specific surgical/dental protocols during every procedure, to ensure the safety of your pet,

Sedation Protocols:

Pre- Sedation Assessments: Performed prior to surgical or dental procedures. Our team will confirm the specifics of surgery/dental, complete a full physical exam, review blood work results to determine anesthesia – related complications and take time to ensure you are comfortable with the decision to move forward.

Suites: Our surgical and dental area as well as the instruments used during the procedure are sterile to prevent cross contamination. Our doctors and technicians are fully gowned, gloved and masked when performing your pets surgery or dental procedure.

Procedure & Recovery: A dedicated technician will be assisting the veterinarian and monitoring your pet prior, during and after the procedure. Once complete, post-operative monitoring and pain management is the top priority. The technician will contact you once the pet is resting comfortably and provide you with an update on their condition. A scheduled discharge time will be confirmed during this phone call. At discharge the technicians will review at Home Care Instructions and address any further questions you may have