Your pet’s safety and comfort are of the upmost importance to us when performing any surgical procedure. We routinely run pre-surgical bloodwork to be sure that you pet is healthy enough for anesthesia. A premed for pain and mild sedation, is given shorty after arrival to the hospital.
An IV catheter is placed so that medications and fluids can be given. Your pet will be intubated and connected to oxygen and inhaled anesthesia for the duration of the surgery. Your pet is put on our anesthesia monitor and vitals are constantly monitored and recorded, if a problem arrises monitoring helps us to identify it right away. We use a Vet Bed Jet warming system to maintain your pets temperature during the surgery.