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All surgery fees include blood work which is performed prior to anesthesia. This allows us to make sure there are no underlying conditions that would change or prevent us from doing anesthesia.
In addition to pre-anesthetic blood work, we use low-risk anesthesia and monitor your pet's vital signs electronically and manually while he or she is under anesthesia.
We request that you drop your pet off between 7:00 & 7:30 a.m. This allows us time for presurgical blood work and other preparations. We also request that you withhold food the morning of your pet's scheduled surgery. You may keep water available.
Dogs must be current on Rabies, DAP, Lepto, Bordetella, and be internal & external parasite free. Cats must be current on Rabies and FVRCP and be external parasite free. We should also know the cat's FIV & feline leukemia status at the time of surgery. The FIV/FeLV test and vaccines can be done the same day as surgery if necessary.