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Our veterinary team takes every precaution so that your pet receives the highest-quality care, always. We perform a physical exam and preanesthetic testing before all surgical procedures, monitor your pet during surgery, and provide appropriate pain medication to keep your pet comfortable during recovery. Your pet is our number one priority!

Pre-Anesthetic Diagnostic Procedures

The following procedures are recommended before your pet goes under for any anesthetic procedure:

  • Pre-Anesthetic Bloodwork
  • Intravenous Fluids
  • ECG (Electrocardiogram) Screening
  • Cold Laser Therapy
  • Home Again Microchip Implant

Please fill out this form prior to your pets scheduled surgical or sedated procedure.

Pre-Anesthetic Surgery Form

Sedation Form

Benefits to Spaying and Neutering your Pets!!

We believe in the importance of spaying or neutering dogs and cats of any age. Ideally this procedure is done early in life (6 months of age) but can be done at any time to help eliminate the potential for certain serious illnesses. This procedure also helps with pet overpopulation and the euthanasia of unwanted strays.


Dental cleanings are incredibly important to the overall health and wellbeing of your furry friend. Just as you brush your teeth and go to the dentist, your pet should as well. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have dental disease by the age of 3. Dental (or periodontal) disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets. Lucky for you, we can help!

Does my Pet have Dental Disease?

Common signs of dental disease include:

  • Yellow or brown buildup (tartar) on the teeth
  • Red, swollen, or bleeding gums
  • Bad breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Changes in eating or chewing habits
  • Pawing at the face
  • Loose teeth
  • Depression

Please fill out this form prior to your pets scheduled dental.

Pre-Anesthesia Dental Form

Add-on Dental Procedures

Even if your dog or cat doesn’t have these symptoms, we recommend that you have a veterinarian evaluate your pet’s dental health at least once a year at their annual wellness exam. Bacteria and food debris accumulate around the teeth and, if left unchecked, will lead to deterioration of the soft tissue and bone surrounding the teeth. This decay can result in irreversible periodontal disease, tooth loss, and in some cases serious infection to the kidneys, liver, lungs and heart.


A lumpectomy is a surgical procedure to remove abnormal growths or masses on or below the skin surface.

Some growths or masses can be benign, while others can be malignant, so a biopsy and diagnostics is important to fully and properly treat your pet. If the lump is determined to be benign, treatment is usually limited to surgical removal and follow up aftercare. If the lump is diagnosed as malignant, in addition to surgical removal of the lump, medical treatment may be necessary to treat any other conditions and/or to keep the condition from progressing.


The following diagnostics may be recommended by a veterinarian prior to or after the lumpectomy procedure.

  • Fine Needle Aspirate (FNA) with Cytology
  • Biopsy
  • Bloodwork
  • Radiographs

Please fill out this form prior to your pets scheduled lumpectomy.

Pre-Anesthesia Lumpectomy Form


General anesthesia and surgery are required to perform the lumpectomy. Both the lump and some surrounding tissue are removed to ensure the entire mass is extricated. In some case, tumors can extend microscopically very far beyond the primary mass, making it necessary to remove a large area of tissue around the primary lump.

Proper aftercare is important in the recovery of your pet after their lumpectomy. Every pet is beautifully different, therefore every pets recovery will look a little different. We will be with you every step of the way; from exams before surgery to post-op follow ups to ensure the best long term treatment for your pet and your family.