Carbon Dioxide (CO2) lasers have become a standard of care in veterinary surgery. Delivering the ideal wavelength (10.6 Im) for all soft tissue surgery. CO2 lasers provide increased precision and result in reduced hemorrhage, swelling, pain and tissue trauma. CO2 lasers also facilitate many laser-improved and laser-specific procedures.

All Creatures first introduced laser surgery in 1996 and incorporate its’ use in most surgical procedures.

What makes a laser different than a surgical blade? The CO2 laser does not cut tissue, it vaporizes tissue. It can remove tissue with less bleeding, seals nerve fibers to dramatically reduce pain and removes infected and neoplastic tissues without damaging surrounding tissues, allowing fast recovery.


  • Declaws
  • Spay and Neuter procedures
  • Amputations
  • Tumor removals
  • Entropion
  • Stenotic nostrils and soft palate reduction
  • Aural hematomas
  • Ear ablations and lateral resections
  • Orthopedic procedures