Caring, compassionate surgery for your pets
Many people have questions about various aspects of their pet’s surgery, and we hope this information will help. The following will also explain the decisions you will need to make before your pet’s surgery.
When you bring your pet in for surgery, we will need 5 to 10 minutes of your time to fill out a pre-operative release form and make decisions on blood work, as well as additional services. You can do so prior to bringing in your pet if you wish to save time. When you pick up your pet after surgery you can also plan to spend about 10 minutes to go over your pet’s home care needs.
In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions about your pet’s health or surgery.
Our veterinarians are well versed in a wide range of surgical procedures, including, but not limited to:
- Spay and neuter
- Dental procedures
- Foreign Body Removal
- Entropion Repair
- Mass/Tumor Removal
Frequently Asked Questions
Your pet should not be fed for 12 hours prior to any anesthetic procedure, but may have a small amount of water.