In order to achieve the distinction of becoming a board-certified surgeon, a veterinarian must, at minimum, complete a one-year internship followed by a three-year residency.  In addition, the candidate must pass a rigorous exam following completion of the residency and publication of research in a scientific journal. Dr. Enderle became board-certified in 2007 and is prepared to handle the most challenging surgical cases.  

Although this list is not exhaustive, these are examples of some common surgical conditions treated at Fetch Vets:

  • Gastrointestinal foreign body obstruction
  • GDV (bloat-gastric dilatation and volvulus
  • Prophylactic gastropexy-to prevent bloat
  • Intestinal mass
  • Splenic mass/splenectomy
  • Hernias
  • Trauma
  • Liver mass
  • Liver shunts
  • Gall bladder infection and/or obstruction
  • Laparoscopic liver biopsy-minimally invasive sampling of the liver
  • Lung lobe mass, infection, leakage
  • Skin masses
  • Chronic, severe ear disease
  • Management of severe bite wounds, degloving wounds, non-healing wounds
  • Bladder stones
  • Urethral obstructions that are recurrent
  • Brachycephalic syndrome-common in bulldogs, pugs, and Boston terriers
  • Laryngeal paralysis 


  • Cruciate ligament damage (ACL tears)-can be treated medically or surgically, depending on severity and size of the patient
  • Patella luxation
  • Fractures
  • Arthritis
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Elbow dysplasia


  • Intervertebral disc herniation

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Brandon, FL 33511
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