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  • What You Need To Know

    We are fully-equipped to meet all of your pet’s surgical needs, from routine to non-routine. We know that having a pet undergo any surgical procedure can raise concerns and questions for you, but rest assured, your pet will be in good hands with us.

    We are equipped with advanced monitoring equipment as well as a special oxygen machine that will breath for your pet while in sx, a warming pad for your pet’s comfort and safety during his procedure and a well padded recovery cage.  Each patient is assigned a trained Technician (supervised by Dr. Elmer) who will monitor and document your pet’s heart rate, oxygenation, ECG, blood pressure, and temperature before, during, and after surgery. We also provide any necessary pain medication before surgery to keep your pet comfortable during, and after the procedure.

  • Common Surgeries Performed

    • Spaying & Neutering
    • Dental Cleanings
    • Feline Declawing (front paws only)
    • Canine Dewclaw Removal
    • Growth/Mass Removal
    • Cystotomy (bladder stones)
    • C-sections
    • Exploratory
    • Amputations
    • luxating Patella (on small breeds only)
    • Cherry Eye tacking or Removal
    • Entropion

    *Any major bone surgeries will be referred to an off location Veterinary Specialist

  • What To Expect

    We perform our surgical procedures on Tuesdays and Wednesdays by appointment only.  On the day of your appointment you will need to drop off your pet between 7am to 8:30am. Make sure pet has been fasted for 8 hours prior to the appointment.

    Please plan ahead and allow proper time for the following:

    • Filling out and signing a surgical release form - allowing permission for the Dr to perform the surgical procedure and any other procedures needed.
    • Answer questions regarding your pets recent health - info relayed to the Dr. to help with his pre-anesthetic exam.
    • Okay or declined a pre-anesthetic profile (bloodwork) - may not be optional depending on your pets health and age.
    • Possible waiting time - receptionist helping other clients or for techs to be available due to other patients.

    The surgical procedures will be performed in the morning (time varies), all surgical procedures will be done by 12pm.

    The receptionist will give you a call sometime after 12pm to inform you that your pet is recovering, and go over pick up times which will be between 4pm & 5:30pm. If you have not heard from us by 3pm, please fill free to give us a call 281-354-8099.

    *If you wish to speak with Dr. Elmer to go over any concerns, please use this time to schedule a consultation time, to avoid a long waiting time*

    Once you arrive to pick up your pet, the receptionist will:

    • Go over the Dr notes
    • Explain any medications going home
    • Explain home care instructions
    • Answer any questions or concerns you may have

    If you have scheduled a consultation with the Dr, this will be the time to remind the receptionist, so they can direct you into an exam room.