Your pet’s safety is our #1 concern. We take every precautionary step to make sure that your pet’s surgical procedure is as safe and successful as possible.
Before surgery, a physical exam is completed, and the doctor assesses the patient’s cardiovascular health. The owner has the option to elect for preanesthetic bloodwork which monitors kidney and liver health, clotting times, and checks for anemia.
During surgery, a trained veterinary nurse monitors vital signs and levels of anesthesia with the use of an ECG monitor, SPO2 (oxygen), temperature, heart rate, and breathing.
After surgery, in recovery, pain management and comfort are top priority. We will discuss recommended at-home care and follow-up visits during your pet’s discharge appointment.
Our veterinarians perform anything from emergency surgeries (including intestinal surgeries to emergency C-sections), laceration repairs, enucleations, eyelid surgeries, and mass removals to routine spays and neuters.
We strongly recommend spaying and neutering your pets to prevent spread of infectious diseases, pyometra, behavior problems and aggression, and mammary and testicular tumors.