A laparoscopic surgery was carried out on an indigenous dog or the first time in the country at SA Quaderi Teaching Hospital under Veterinary Clinics of Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (CVASU) in the port city recently.
The spaying surgery was conducted under the supervision of CVASU Medicine and Surgery department Professor Bibek Chandra Sutradhar.
“This kind of surgery, also known as minimal invasive surgery or keyhole surgery, was conducted for the first time in the country,” he said.
“This is easier compared to the other conventional surgery techniques,” the surgeon said.
“The dog will be cured within a week of the surgery,” he added.