We perform sterilizations from Monday to Friday
The clinic allows you to bring in your animal the evening before or the morning of the surgery. After the surgery, animals spend the night at the clinic so that they can begin their recovery in a calm atmosphere and so that our technician can follow up the next day before the animal returns home.
All animals receive an injection of painkiller medication at the end of the surgery in order to ensure their comfort. They also receive a painkiller in tablet form during their evening meal or with the morning meal. Owners are also given a supply of tablets to relieve any pain the animal may feel at home.
We also offer the possibility of drawing blood for pre-surgical tests in order to determine the condition of the organs that will flush the anesthesia out of the blood in order to minimize the associated risks.
The clinic also offers the possibility of installing an intravenous catheter (solution) for any patient that undergoes anesthesia. Depending on the rate of fluid administered, this can help to maintain the animal’s blood pressure, thereby maintaining proper circulation. In addition, the catheter can also be used to quickly administer medication into the blood if our monitors alert us of any changes, such as a decreased heart rate.
There are many benefits to sterilizing your animals
Among females, sterilization prevents unwanted gestation, the inconveniences of being in heat, uterine infections and mammary tumors. Among males, castration prevents urinary marking, reduces the foul odor of the urine, the instinct to run away in search of females, prostate problems and testicular tumors.
It is essential to sterilize animals in order to prevent overpopulation.