• Allied Veterinary Surgery

    Here to provide specialized care

    For your furry family members

  • Here To Help
    Your Pets

    When They Need it Most

Welcome to Allied Veterinary Surgery!

Allied Veterinary Surgery is a mobile specialized veterinary surgical service. We partner directly with your primary care veterinarian to provide advanced surgical care in an environment familiar to you and your pet. Allied Veterinary Surgery provides board certified surgical care to small animal pets in Broward, Palm Beach, and Martin Counties.

Board-Certified surgeon Dr. David Spranklin founded Allied Veterinary Surgery out of a desire to provide board-certified surgical care in your primary veterinarian’s office. He strives to provide the newest techniques and procedures in veterinary surgery to offer our patients both state-of-the-art and personalized care.

Who We Are

Allied Veterinary Surgery was established as a way for owners and their pets to have access to a board-certified small animal surgeon in the familiarity of their primary veterinarian’s office. We bring the sophistication and expertise of specialty surgical care to the primary veterinarian in order to enhance the level of care of the general practice and minimize stress for both owners and pets.

What is a Board-Certified surgeon?

If your animal develops a problem or injury requiring advanced care and procedures, your primary veterinarian may refer you to a veterinary surgeon.

A veterinary surgeon has undergone additional training after veterinary school in order to become a specialist. This training consists of a minimum of 1 year internship followed by a 3 year residency program that meets guidelines established by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS).

During the residency, there are specific training and caseload requirements that must be met. In addition to these requirements, applicants must perform research that is published in a scientific journal and pass a rigorous examination.

All veterinarians can perform surgery as part of their veterinary practice. However, difficult cases may be best managed by a specialist.

Following surgery, and any postoperative follow-up care, the primary veterinarian resumes ongoing care of the animal.

Veterinary surgeons are dedicated to providing the very best in surgical care. They also act as a resource for your primary veterinarian by providing their consultations on difficult or unusual cases. With their advanced training, these specialists offer expertise that ensures the best possible outcome for the animal and animal owner.