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Pain Treatment

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The pain medication that is given after surgery is not given in place of anesthesia for surgery. It is given to make recovery easier for your pet. All pain-relieving drugs are called analgesics. It’s not just a matter of making your pet more comfortable – controlling pain actually allows your pet to get well more … Read More

Microchipping

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The cost to microchip your dog or cat at Spay Neuter Clinic includes the registration. We also do not charge an office visit fee or exam fee when you bring your pet in to be microchipped. The basic technology behind pet microchips traces back several decades, but it wasn’t until recently that the devices became … Read More

Before Surgery

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Please call the location closest to you to make an appointment. Our pre-operative procedures will vary with the age of your pet and the type of surgery that will be done. Listen carefully when you make the appointment to help prevent complications. The morning you bring your pet in expect a wait for the veterinarian … Read More

Spay/Neuter Aftercare Instructions

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Your pet has undergone major surgery and anesthesia. Your pet has also been sedated to lessen pain following surgery; therefore, your pet’s behavior may be slightly altered for the next 24 hours.  For example, your pet may be glassy-eyed, wobbly, shivering, sleepy, nauseous, and irritable.  Listed below are a few helpful tips to make your … Read More

Declaw Aftercare Instructions

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1.  Use only shredded paper or a paper litter called “Yesterday’s News” (available at most pet stores) for the next 14 days.  Crystal Litter may also be used.  Access to other litter or dirt from potted plants can result in infection. 2.  Offer small amounts of food and water this evening.  If your cat is not … Read More