At Companion Animal Hospital offers state-of-the-art anesthesia with Sevoflurane and monitoring technology to help ensure your pet’s safety and comfort before, during and after surgery.
All pets requiring anesthesia for any surgical procedure begin with a thorough veterinarian examination and offered age-appropriate pre-anesthetic blood testing. Many pets appearing healthy on the outside may have an underlying disease or condition which could compromise their safety while under anesthesia. Based on your pet’s physical exam and blood test results, the doctor determines the safest and most effective anesthesia and pain management protocol.
We recommend all surgical patients also receive an IV catheter and IV fluids for the duration of their surgery, which keeps them well hydrated and promotes a faster recovery. To assist in maintaining body temperature and comfort level, all patients are placed on special heated tables during sedation. For the duration of the surgery, each pet's heart rate, blood pressure, SPO2, EtCO2, respiration, and temperature are closely monitored and recorded.
After all surgical procedures, our surgical staff does everything possible to ensure the highest level of comfort for your pet. Your pet is placed in our Intensive Care Unit and continuously monitored. Our highly trained team ensures your pet's body temperature is well regulated, provides additional pain medication if necessary, and offers continued supportive care until your pet is able to go home. All surgical discharge instructions are fully explained to prior to discharge to ensure the best possible recovery.
We perform a variety of surgeries ranging from the routine to intricate, including but not limited to:
-Spays and neuters
-Sebaceous Adenoma (wart) removal
-Surgical Semen implantation