We offer a wide range of surgeries from routine spays and neuters to more complicated procedures. A board certified specialist is called in for advanced cases.
For your pets comfort, pain medication is given before and after any surgical procedures. For their safety we require an IV catheter, fluids and pre-anesthetic blood work to screen for any problems before anesthesia. We use state of the art equipment to monitor ECG, blood pressure, heart and respiratory rate throughout and after your pet’s procedure. There is also a dedicated staff member that monitors your pet before, during and after anesthesia.
We perform routine procedures on Tuesdays and Fridays mornings. Emergency procedures are performed as needed. Please call us with any questions or concerns you may have or refer to the Pet Information tab on this website.