Throughout surgery, IV fluids support the patient and we use anesthetic protocols tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Our assistant constantly monitors patient vital signs including heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, and oxygen levels. This monitoring is continued until the patient is alert and fully recovered from anesthesia.
- Spay and neuter
- Soft tissue surgery
- Orthopedic surgery
- Exploratory, therapeutic, and corrective procedures
- Laser, micro laser, and endoscopic laser services
You may request additional surgical procedures be performed during a scheduled surgery under anesthesia, such as dental cleaning or microchipping. These add-on procedures must be discussed and approved by the veterinarian in advance of any surgery.
- Less bleeding Seals small blood vessels as it cuts
- Less pain Seals nerve endings and lymphatics for less swelling and pain
- Reduced risk of infection Kills bacteria for a sterilizing effect
- Quicker recovery time Reduced risk of infection with less bleeding, swelling, and pain supports rapid recovery