• Pre-­Anesthetic blood work: Untreated periodontal disease often results in infection and/or bacteria filtering into the blood stream, which can have long term and severe effects on the organs. Our doctors recommend that pre­anesthetic lab work prior to the administration of anesthesia to help detect any underlying problems such as but not limited to anemia, dehydration, diabetes, kidney disease and liver disease.

  • IV Catheter: Placing an IV catheter reduces risk while under anesthesia by allowing us direct access to the circulatory system if needed. This is important because it can be difficult to gain access to a vein in an emergency situation. Giving your pet IV fluid therapy while under anesthesia will help to keep them hydrated as well as keeping their blood pressure stable during the procedure.

  • Pain Medication (required for ear crops & dewclaw removal): This is a prescription of pain medication that we can send home with you to give your pet in the first few days after surgery. In addition to reducing your pets' pain, the medication will also reduce swelling and inflammation associated with surgery.

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  • Fluoride Treatment (for pets 6 months & older with minimal tartar on teeth):

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