Dedicated to giving your pet the best care from surgery to recovery.
Our veterinarians are skilled in performing soft tissue surgeries on small animals, equine and bovine. When you bring your pet in, you can rest assured they are in good hands. We know surgery can be stressful for pet parents, so our veterinarians will ensure you are informed about every step and will be more than happy to answer your questions.
We offer the following procedures at our clinic:
All surgical procedures, including dental cleanings, require anesthesia. Our team of highly trained and experienced animal health technologists will monitor your pet's vital signs throughout the entire procedure in order to maximize anesthetic safety. Our monitoring equipment gives us moment-by-moment information regarding your pet's respiration rate, heart rhythm & rate, blood pressure, temperature, as well as their blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levels. This monitoring equipment alarms immediately if your pet's parameters are falling outside of the normal range so we can instantly make adjustments to correct the problem. Your pet will be monitored continually from the instant anesthesia is induced to the moment they are fully awake and alert. In order to minimize surgical pain, our veterinary team is trained in administering epidural anesthesia as well as local blocks (freezing).
It really depends on whether your pet had a soft tissue or a more advanced procedure. Soft tissue surgeries have a quicker recovery time, taking only a few weeks. It can take up to 6 months for cats and dogs to recover from orthopedic surgery. In both instances, rehabilitation therapy can assist with their recovery. To discuss your pet's recovery, give us a call at 403-932-5875.
At-home care has a major impact on your pet's recovery. To ensure everything goes smoothly, here are some guidelines to follow:
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