Routine and Advanced Pet Surgery Services

It's natural to have some anxieties about surgery, especially when it involves your beloved pet. After all, you want to make sure they're in capable, trustworthy hands.

At Animal Care Clinics, we share your feelings and will do everything we can to keep you informed about your pet's procedure. Whatever questions you have, we'll be happy to sit down and go over everything with you. Furthermore, we take every precaution before, during, and after each surgery to keep our patients safe and as pain free as possible.

Pet Surgery
Cat Surgery

Monitoring and Anesthesia Safety

Your pet's safety is our priority at all times. Along with our skilled doctors, we also have experienced technicians and anesthetists working together to make sure that every surgery goes smoothly.

Before every surgery, we perform a complete physical exam and blood work to ensure that our patients are healthy and ready for their procedure. Next, we take several important steps to prepare our patients and keep them comfortable during and after their surgery:

  • IV catheterization for giving fluids and medications
  • Appropriate pain management, including nerve blocks and non-steroidals
  • Monitoring of EKG, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, temperature and respiratory rate
  • Post-op laser therapy following more invasive/exploratory surgeries
  • Close observation after surgery to make sure patient awakens safely

Have Questions or Concerns About Pet Surgery?

We're here to help you. If you need to consult with your veterinarian or schedule your pet's surgical procedure, contact us today! Your pet's well-being is important to us, too, and we're happy to guide you in making decisions about their health care.

DidYouKnow

Veterinary medicine has its roots in ancient Egypt, where humans and animals alike benefited from medicinal herbs. In 1762, Claude Bourgelat founded the first veterinary college in Lyon, France. In 1844, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons was established. In the US, the first veterinary schools opened in the early 19th century.

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