We only use the most advanced anesthesia available for your special pet. Advanced anesthesia combined with state of the art monitoring systems will ensure your best friend receives the safest and smoothest pain-free sedation and anesthesia possible.
The veterinary support staff use advanced measures to prevent the lowering of body temperature while under general anesthesia, (a common and often untreated occurance at many veterinary hospitals). Techniques such as warmed IV fluids, heated surgery tables, high-tech Bair Hugger warming units are used during surgical procedures and during the post-operative recovery period, and heated recovery cages are all routine and used on virtually all of your pets during and after anesthesia.
Vital sign monitors are constantly in use during your pets anesthetic procecure monitoring parameters such as Blood Pressure, Hemoglobin Saturation, Pulse Rate and Respiratory Rate.
Using the most advanced anesthetics available and constantly monitoring all of your pets vital signs, we can minimize the risks associated with anesthesia in your best friend.
Our caring and knowledgeable staff will discuss the most appropriate anesthetic protocol for your pet.