Dawsonville Vet Anesthesiology Services
If your pet requires surgery, the first step is pre-anesthetic examination. Here at All Animals we use isoflurane anesthesia for many of our procedures, which helps ensure a safe sleep for your pet.
Why Use Anesthesiology Services for Animal Surgery?
As a pet parent, keeping your furbaby healthy and safe is top priority. You may have heard horror stories about anesthesia gone wrong, but we’re here to break the myth for you. Modern medicine has come a long way, and an experienced veterinary team like All Animals Vet greatly reduces any risks to your pet.
When performing a complicated procedure like dentistry or surgery, keeping your pet still is crucial for a successful operation. Anesthesia will put your pet into a controlled sleep. They won’t move or feel any pain during the procedure. At All Animals Vet, we have a team of vet technicians working under a lead veterinarian who has been working in this industry for over 20 years. When you come to us with a pet emergency, you can trust that your four-legged friend is in good hands.
What to Expect for Your Pet’s Anesthesiology Service
Before we administer any anesthetic, we will conduct a thorough physical examination of your pet. We check for any risk factors that could cause a negative impact on the procedure. We will do a pre-anesthetic blood test as well to make sure it’s safe to administer the anesthetic to your pet. Depending on their health, we will carefully adjust the amount and type of anesthetic to ensure that the process goes smoothly. If we discover any sort of risk through our pre-anesthetic physical exam or blood test, we will let you know immediately and proceed with whatever action is best for your pet.
Before surgery begins, we will place an IV catheter into your pet to ensure a smooth, risk-free procedure. Doing this will help us administer fluids to keep them hydrated and maintain their blood pressure while under the anesthesia. This also allows us immediate access to a vein if the need arises to administer emergency drugs.
Remember: like humans, pets need to have an empty stomach before going into surgery. Be sure to stop feeding your pet after 9PM the night before the procedure. You can keep your pet hydrated until the morning of the surgery.
Learn More About Dawsonville Vet Services Today!
Contact All Animals Vet at (706) 216-8387.