- Blood work to minimize anesthetic risks, for pets over 7 years of age or with pre existing conditions (this is not optional & is required for the best outcome for your senior pet)
- Discussing the surgical procedure
- Answering any questions you may have about the procedure
- Discussing any possible complications that may result
- State-of-the-art equipment to monitor your pets heart, lungs, oxygen saturation levels, temperature, and blood pressure, Ligature sealing & electronic blade cutting for minimal blood loss & faster healing time
- Fluids help keep the pet hydrated /stable with being able introduce pain medication with ease of the pet
- Pain management before, during, and after your pet’s surgery
- A skilled professional to monitor your pet throughout his or her surgical process, from observing him or her while under anesthesia, through the surgical procedure, & during his or her recovery from anesthesia
- After performing surgeries throughout the day the veterinarian or the veterinary technician will call you with an update once your pet has recovered from anesthesia
Important Information for Your Pet’s Surgery:
- No food after 8 pm the day before the surgery.
- It is okay to leave water out for your pet prior to surgery.
- Admittance the morning of the surgery. Between 730-9am day of.
Please notify us of any medications given 24 hours prior to surgery
We also offer Cold Laser therapy for many issues our patients may have...
Studies have found that laser therapy reduces healing time post surgical, relieves onset arthritis & many other elements our pets may acquire. Using this method reduces the need for pain medications in some cases