Spays, Neuters and Declaws

  • Your pet is never left alone over-night. Pets are monitored 24-hours a day by a doctor and technician while in the hospital.
  • We require preoperative bloodwork. Our greatest concern is the well-being of your pet. Before putting your pet under anesthesia we perform diagnostic tests to determine if your pet has any special needs and is healthy enough for anesthesia.
  • IV fluids are administered during the surgery procedure to help sustain body temperature, fluid and electrolyte levels. It also helps to dissipate anesthesia when your pet is waking up.
  • Your pet is given a sedative and pain management medication prior to surgery to minimize anxiety and discomfort.
  • A sterile surgical pack is used, just as in a human hospital, to minimize risk of post surgical infection.
  • We offer a choice of laser surgery.
  • Your pet is on a heated surgery table to maintain their body temperature.
  • Your pet is electronically monitored while under anesthesia to measure their heart rate and oxygen level within their body.
  • A highly trained veterinary technician monitors your pet the entire time they are under anesthesia and until they are recovered.
  • Your pet will recover in an ICU cage (Intensive Care Unit) on a soft fleece blanket.
  • Your pet receives a complimentary pedicure while under anesthesia and suture removal, if necessary, in 10- to 14-days.