Our Work with your pet:
Your Pet’s Day:
Our plan for your pet’s spay or neuter surgery begins when you call us to make an appointment. We carefully fill out the registration form as you give us the information we need about your pet. When you arrive at the clinic for your pet’s appointment, we have already prepared your pet’s ID collar and cage card.
We carefully weigh each dog and cat as they are checked in so that we can determine the exact amount of needed medication. Our vet techs give your pet an anesthetic injection, check ears, clip nails, and shave the surgical area before giving your pet gas anesthesia in the surgery room.
Sydney Lila, LVT, is giving this sweet cat a shot before going to surgery.
Dr. Eberly and Dr. Gillhespy in surgery.
After surgery, each pet is wrapped in a blanket with a heating pad
and carefully watched while on the recovery mat.
When our medical staff determine that your pet has awakened, they return
your pet to the cage area. Lynn Scholten, Vet Tech, is carrying this big,
beautiful boy back to his cage in our dog room after surgery.
Veterinary Assistant, Mandalynn Scholten, is helping Dr. Eberly check
a dog’s incision. Our veterinarian checks your pet’s incision and
general condition before she releases your pet to go home.
Sometimes we recommend a cone to promote healing.
Going home! Happy owners pick up their pets to take home!
Our Work with the public:
Dr. Koelzer talking to children at our open house, explaining spay / neuter surgery and its importance.
Melody demonstrating how to set a live trap for feral cats.
Thank you for letting us care for your companion animals!
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