We offer a variety of surgical services for your pets including spays/neuters, mass removals, and many other soft tissue procedures.
We know that one of the biggest concerns family members have for their pet prior to surgery is anesthesia. In order to ensure your pet is a good candidate for anesthesia, we will schedule a pre-operative physical exam and perform pre-anesthetic blood testing to assess internal organ function and blood cell counts. If your pet has an underlying medical concern, such as a heart murmur, we may recommend other testing prior to anesthesia so that we can effectively tailor your pet's anesthesia protocol for their specific needs.
During the pre-operative visit, we will discuss questions you might have about the procedure, post-operative care, and any risks that you should be aware of regarding the planned procedure. We will also provide an estimate of the expected costs. Some procedures, such as spays and neuters, have easily defined costs and a general estimate can be given verbally over the phone prior to your visit.
On the day of surgery, your pet will arrive in the morning and will go home that afternoon. If your pet has undergone an emergency procedure that requires ongoing overnight care, we will arrange for you to transfer their care to one of our local 24-hour hospitals at the time of discharge.