cats-tic-300x163Procedures done on dogs, cats, and other small animals are challenging for a variety of reasons, one being that they often don’t want to be still while doctors and staff are trying to help the animal. They also have a level of stress that comes from being in a an unfamiliar environment. Because of this, the use of anesthesia is a beneficial way to give pets the care they need.

We have a dedicated veterinary nurse monitoring Core Body Temperature, Pulse oximetry, Respiration with Inhaled and Exhaled CO2 measurement, ECG, Non-invasive Blood Pressure.
We also use Sevoflurane, and have extensive experience anesthetizing all types of mammals, rodents, avian and exotics.

The use of anesthesia is safe, and we are expertly trained in administering it and caring for patients that are under. If you have any concerns about anesthesia for your pet, please call us today at (978) 345-2623. We would be happy to speak with you and assuage any fears you may have.