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Anesthesia for Dogs and Cats

Veterinary Wellness Center of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Your Brooklyn vet, Veterinary Wellness Center of Boerum Hill, can handle a wide variety of treatments and procedures, as well as routine pet care. Whether you need a simple spay or neuter, a sick visit or an emergency call, we’d like you to think of us as your neighborhood go-to pet professionals that you can always trust to help you with all of your pet issues. We are a group of experienced, pet-loving professionals who consider it a privilege to serve the community we live and work in with quality pet care.

Anesthesia at the Vet for Dogs and Cats

One of the most important services we provide for our pet clients is anesthesia. This is a sometimes a necessary procedure in order for us to be able to offer certain kinds of treatment. It is extremely important that anesthesia be administered by an expert who understands correct dosage and size ratios so that there are no mistakes. For instance, cats can be more sensitive to anesthesia, so they would most likely be given a much lower dose than a dog of the same size. Our Boerum Hill vets have many years of experience in administering anesthesia and can do so with the utmost safety and care.

Reminders from Your Veterinarian for Post-Anesthesia Care

As for owners, here are a few important tips to ensure your pet is comfortable and safe both before and after he has anesthesia:

· Dogs and cats should not eat anything for 12 hours unless specified by the Doctor

· Someone should remain with pet until the anesthesia has worn off

As long as you follow the guidelines set by your veterinarian, your pet should have no problems taking anesthesia, during any planned procedures or in getting back to normal after all is said and done.

Call Us with Your Spay, Neuter or Anesthesia Questions!

If you have any questions or concerns about the type of anesthesia we use, your pet’s reaction to it or any behavior that seems unusual from your pet, feel free to give us a call. We can also answer address your concerns about the spay, neuter process or other services we provide. We are here to make sure that you and your pet are comfortable with our treatments and we welcome the opportunity to answer your questions and help put your mind at ease.