Veterinary medicine is continually evolving and using state-of-the-art tools. Veterinarians, members of the Passionimo Network, are proud to work using the latest medical breakthroughs.
Every surgical procedure, including neutering, is performed by a veterinarian that teams up with a graduated animal health technician in a surgical room that meets the highest standards of the profession. Our veterinarians are committed to providing pets with superior care using advanced surgical approaches. Your pet receives the utmost attention throughout the surgery to minimize discomfort and ensure a full and prompt recovery. No matter the situation, our team is here to explain the treatment options for your animal to make sure that you make the best decisions.
When a surgery is required, our priority is your pet’s comfort, both during the procedure and the recovery. Surgical procedures are performed by a team of experts working in a sterile environment that has been designed to meet the highest safety standards for the animals.
Our clinics provide general surgery services that include routine surgeries like neutering, but they also perform other procedures to cure many types of conditions. Here are some examples of surgical procedures: remove a foreign body from the stomach, remove a cutaneous mass, fix an entropion, stitch a wound, fix a fracture, perform a C-section, etc.
Before each procedure involving anesthesia, we assess the animal’s condition. We may recommend a blood test in order to use the best anesthetic protocol for your pet, based on their age and test results.
During the procedure the veterinary team monitors the animal closely, from before they are medicated until they are fully awake. Your companion’s well-being is our utmost priority.
The day the animal is due to go home a member of the veterinary team will review the recommendations regarding your animal’s care to meet their specific needs. They will also discuss the next visits (stitches removal, follow-ups). We are aware that these procedures can be rather stressful, for both you and your pet. Know that you will be in good hands and that your veterinary team will be there to walk with you every step of the way.