We apply much of the same surgical and anesthetic standards as our human counterparts. We monitor our patients closely under anesthesia with modern equipment (EKG, oxygen saturation of the blood, heart rate, blood pressure, etc.) and use sterile equipment and surgical technique. A pre-anesthetic exam and diagnostic blood panel is performed prior to your pet's procedure. We also provide continuous pain management to keep your pet comfortable before, during, and after the procedure.
In addition to standard spaying and neutering, our veterinarians are also experienced in many other surgeries including surgery of the skin, eyes, ears, mouth, intestinal tract, and liver. Our doctors can perform general orthopedic procedures, but will often refer advanced procedures to a local orthopedic specialist.