Wilmot Veterinary Clinic

519-696-3102

1465 Trussler Rd. Kitchener, ON N2R 1S7

Anesthetic Services Information

Anesthesia can be a risky procedure! To reduce this risk we recommend IV fluids & bloodwork!

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1) Intravenous Fluids IV ($153) Included with most procedures

Intravenous fluids provide a direct access to your pet's circulatory system and are recommended for all patients undergoing a surgical procedure. Direct access allows us to give medications and fluids rapidly in the event of an emergency. Intravenous fluids will help maintain blood pressure and hydration during anesthesia. Maintaining adequate blood pressure will help ensure that enough blood is supplied to vital organs such as the brain, heart and kidneys. Intravenous fluids may also help your pet recover more quickly from surgery. *
IV Fluids ($153 + tax). Required for most procedures.

2) Pre-Operative Bloodwork $160

Pre-operative blood work gives us an inside look your pet's vital organs and allows for the detection of possible organ dysfunction. We’re especially concerned with the health of the liver and the kidneys, as these organs help the body eliminate medications used during anesthesia. In addition, this blood testing can determine if an animal is anemic or has an infection, which may result in surgical complications. The blood results from today can also be used as a baseline for future bloodwork.
Pre-Operative Bloodwork ($160 + tax)

3) Microchip Identification Implantation $90

According to PetFinder, millions of pets go missing every year and one in three pets will go missing at some point in their life. Your pet needs a form of identification that’s reliable and can’t get lost, stolen or damaged. Microchipping is a safe, simple form of identification that can significantly increase the chances of returning home safely. About the size of a grain of rice, a microchip can be inserted beneath ‘s skin between the shoulder blades

4) Additional Services Offered That Are Easily Done While Your Pet Is Under Anesthetic Nail Trimming Dental X-rays allow us to check for abnormal or unerupted missing teeth that will cause future problems

Nail Trimming $22.50
Dental Xrays $235.00

Mandatory Flea-Free Policy

We are a flea-free facility at Wilmot Veterinary Clinic. If fleas or flea dirt are seen on your Pet, we will administer a single dose of flea treatment and charge accordingly.

Pain Control

We provide pain control medication to all our hospitalized patients at no extra cost to you.

Surgical Site Care

We offer a few options to help prevent your pet from licking their surgical site including bitter apple spray, an E-collar (plastic cone), or a Kong Cloud collar, which is an air-filled donut collar.

Fasting Your Pet Prior to Surgery

Please remember to remove pet‘s food at 10:00 p.m. the night before the surgery but allow access to as much water as wanted. Please give your pet any pre-surgery medications as per the instructions on the prescription labels in a small treat if needed. Should you have any questions regarding any of the above or the surgical procedure itself, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 519-696-3102.
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