SURGERY & GENERAL ANESTHESIA
When it comes to surgery and general anesthesia for our beloved pets, it's natural to feel concerned and want to ensure their safety. Just like in humans, surgery may be necessary for various reasons, such as spaying or neutering, removing tumors, or treating injuries. The use of general anesthesia allows veterinarians to perform these procedures safely and effectively. Before the surgery, your veterinarian will thoroughly evaluate your pet's overall health, run necessary tests, and discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure.
During the surgery, your pet will be carefully monitored, including heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels, to ensure their well-being. Anesthesia helps keep your pet pain-free and comfortable throughout the procedure. While there are inherent risks associated with any surgery and anesthesia, veterinarians take extensive precautions to minimize these risks and provide the best possible care. Post-surgery, your pet will be closely monitored during the recovery period. Remember, the well-being of your furry friend is a top priority, and we're here to guide you through the entire process, addressing any concerns or questions you may have.