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Our staff and facility are well-equipped to conduct a range of surgeries, from the common ones like spaying (Ovariohysterectomy) and neutering (Castration) to more specialized procedures such as mass and foreign body removals, cystotomies, enucleations, wound repairs from lacerations or bites, entropion, intestinal biopsies, and many others. If you have specific needs or queries about our services, please reach out to us. We prioritize your pet's safety throughout the surgery: from preliminary examination to ensuring that they're continuously monitored once medicated, connected to essential monitoring equipment, and supervised by a skilled technician during the operation to ensure all runs smoothly. Our goal is to offer the best standard of care for your beloved pet.

Importance of Anesthesia During Surgery

Anesthesia is crucial in the majority of animal surgeries. It ensures your pet remains pain-free and calm, allowing the veterinarian to efficiently carry out the operation.


There are primarily two anesthesia types: local and general. Local anesthesia numbs specific body parts, whereas general anesthesia renders the pet unconscious throughout the surgery. Most of the routine procedures we conduct necessitate general anesthesia.


Anesthesia needs differ based on various factors, including the pet's size, age, health background, and more. Our team possesses extensive knowledge of diverse anesthesia requirements and can suggest the most suitable approach for your pet.


While there's always a certain risk when administering anesthesia in any medical setting, ranging from mild side-effects to, in rare cases, fatality, our commitment is to minimize these risks through meticulous planning, vigilant monitoring, and thorough post-operative care.

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In a modern veterinary clinic, an operation is performed on an animal on the operating tab
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