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We use the most current anesthetics to provide maximum safety for your pet, especially for our senior or high-risk patients. We are using Sevoflurane as our sole gas anesthetic agent, as it is the safest and quickest agent available, and is the same agent used in 95% of human pediatric anesthesia cases.

Prior to anesthetizing a patient, we do a complete physical examination and pre-anesthetic blood testing, to identify any pre-existing medical conditions that might affect your pet's health. Results of these examinations allow us to determine the correct anesthetic protocol for your pet.

During all anesthetic procedures, we closely monitor the patient's vital signs (such as body temperature, heart rate, respiration and other important factors) , using the most up-to-date equipment, including Doppler blood pressure, pulse oximetry and other cardiac monitoring equipment.

We highly recommend that you choose the IV fluids (intravenous fluids) option –even for short surgeries – as this helps regulate blood pressure, prevent and correct dehydration, and facilitate the elimination of anesthetic drugs after surgery.

Pain management is a part of our anesthetic protocol. All surgical patients, including those undergoing spay or neuter procedures, receive a pain control injection. Our staff will discuss post-anesthesia pain management options with you.


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Monday8 - 12:302:30 - 5:30
Tuesday8 - 12:302:30 - 5:30
Wednesday8 - 12:302:30 - 5:30
Thursday8 - 12:302:30 - 5:30
Friday8 - 12:302:30 - 5:30
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