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Our doctors perform thousands of spay & neuter surgeries every year. Your four-legged family member will be in extremely good hands!
Due to our vast experience and superior expertise, your pet will have a shortened anesthetic and recovery period.
Our anesthetic and pain management program has been reviewed and approved by a board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist to ensure the safety and comfort of your pet.
Your pet will have a thorough medical exam by a veterinarian the morning of surgery to ensure that your pet is healthy and can undergo anesthesia safely.
Your pet will be monitored while under anesthesia. The patient’s heart rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, and temperature are determined with machines and confirmed manually. The findings are also documented in the medical record.
ALL patients are on heat support both during and after surgery. This helps maintain body temperature and minimize risk under anesthesia and in recovery.
ALL patients receive pain medication both before and after the procedure.
ALL patients are intubated and are on gas inhalant anesthesia. This is cleared from the system quickly and allows for faster recovery as well.
We are available for follow-up care after surgeries, if needed.
Our staff members are extensively trained in anesthesia, patient monitoring, and taking care of your beloved pet during and after surgery.
Our community pet overpopulation problem is forcing shelters to euthanize more than 30,000 cats and dogs every year. All pet owners are an important part of the solution -- you simply need to abide by the Clark County ordinance that requires all dogs and cats to be spayed or neutered by 4 months of age. We can all make a difference by sterizling our pets. See our pricing page or call us at 702-240-7729 to get started!