We offer many surgical services including, but not limited to, the following:
- Mass Removal
- Fracture Repair
- Cruciate Repair
- Cherry Eye Repair
We use inhalation isoflurane gas anesthesia with a ventilator, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, ECG, heart rate & respiration monitor, and continuous monitoring by a technician. If you are worried about your pet going under anesthesia, there are a few things you can do to reduce your pet's risk of having a problem.
- Keep your pet at a healthy weight
- Keep your pet healthy with regular preventative care
- Follow your veterinarian's instructions about withholding food prior to surgery
- Make sure your veterinarian is aware of any previous reactions to medications, sedation, or anesthesia
- Make sure your veterinarian is aware of all medications your pet is currently taking
For more information about veterinary anesthesia, click here.