This hospital is a well-equipped facility with
a small but experienced staff dedicated to the best interest of our patients.
use a combination of injectable anesthetics (Dexdomitor, Ketamine and
Butorphanol) and Isofluorane gas
anesthesia. All anesthetized patients have their heart (ECG), blood
oxygen levels (pulse oximetry), ETCO2 (capnography) and respirations monitored. In
addition, they receive pain medicine post-operatively, as needed.
and neuter surgery is the priority. By focusing on this one service we
can keep the quality higher and the expenses lower. The result is lower
fees for the owner with high quality surgical care for the pet.
Vaccines, heartworm testing, Feline Leukemia/FIV testing, microchipping,
and other services are available to animals getting spayed or
We operate by appointment only. Please see our schedule
Pets are not required to have current vaccinations prior to having surgery but it is recommended. These services can also be done on the day of surgery. It is also recommended that dogs be heartworm negative.
Kittens must weigh a minimum of 2 pounds and be 8 weeks of age. Puppies should
be at least 3 months of age, but we will perform surgery on them as young as 8 weeks if they are being adopted out and/or belong to a rescue organization.
We will not perform surgery on dogs weighing more than 80 pounds or over the
age of 7 years.
We sell flea control products and heartworm preventative (must
have proof of a negative heartworm exam within the past