We are very proud to offer surgery services performed at our clinic.
A comprehensive physical exam is performed on the patient prior to anesthesia to determine the individual health status. Anesthetics are chosen depending on the patient's individual needs.
A pre-anesthetic blood screen is recommended to also verify that the patient does not have a pre-existing organ dysfunction and is healthy enough to withstand an anesthesia and ensure no underlying disease is present.
Our doctors and technical staff care for your pet and follow standard sterilization techniques. Every procedure is carefully monitored by a trained technician as well as a multi-parameter monitor which gives us real time information on ECG, pulse, blood oxygen saturation levels, blood pressure and temperature during the procedure. After surgery recovery care is provided, as well as prophylactic medications for infection and pain management therapy. Each owner will leave with at home instructions to help the healing and recovery process.
If your pet is having surgery at our hospital, please have a look at our Pre-Surgery instructions below.
Most surgical procedures require a general anesthesia before the procedure can be performed. Take these few simple steps to minimize the check-in time and the risks to your pet.
Procedures such as routine spays and neuters will spend a night in the hospital in order to reduce the possibility of over activity which can lead to incision problems. Procedures such as mass removals, dentistry, and minor procedures generally will be discharged on the same day depending on the case. We will notify you on check-in if your pet will stay the night for observation.