Our highly skilled staff veterinarians place the utmost emphasis on selecting the safest anesthesia and pain management protocols for your pet to ensure his or her safety and comfort throughout the treatment process, whether it be an elective procedure such as a spay or neuter, or surgery to treat infection or trauma.
We adhere to the highest standards of care for all surgical procedures and use technology to monitor your pet's vital signs. Our well-trained veterinary technicians will remain with your pet through recovery to make sure they're warm, comfortable and free of fear until they regain their orientation and environmental awareness.
In certain, more complicated cases our veterinarians may determine the pet's needs require the expertise of an American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Board Certified surgeon. Just as humans are treated by specialists for a variety of medical reasons, animals should be treated by veterinary specialists when care is warranted. ACVS boarded surgeons are considered experts in the field, having completed 4 years or more of extended training after becoming doctors. We are very grateful to partner with boarded surgeons in our region to provide affordable access to this level of specialized care, enhancing the well-being of your pet by providing more options for treatment, all under one roof and in direct involvement of your pet's primary care doctor who knows him or her best!
After performing a complete examination and reviewing your pet's medical state, we will discuss treatment options that may include surgery and put together a plan that suits the needs of both you and your pet.
If surgery is recommended, you can feel comfortable knowing that our doctors will provide appropriate pain relief so that pain is identified and treated if present. Visual assessment and recording of vital signs is done by one of our trained veterinary surgical technicians. A technician is present during the entire surgery and recovery process to maintain the safety and comfort of your pet. We believe that keeping our patients safe and comfortable before, during and after surgery is of the greatest importance and an essential component of your pet's care.