We are very proud to offer the most advanced anesthetic safety and pain-reducing protocols. We use human grade anesthetic protocols and equipment. Prior to anesthesia, we test every patient’s blood for any underlying disease conditions. Every patient receives intravenous fluids during the procedure and into recovery. Throughout the procedure, every patient is closely monitored by a qualified veterinary nurse trained in anesthesia and pain management. Our monitoring devices include ECG, pulse oximetry, capnography, blood pressure monitoring and temperature. A warming unit (bair huger) circulates warm air to maintain body temperature and a nurse sits with every patient until completely and comfortably recovered. We will call you as soon as your pet is in recovery. We have pets of our own, and want to do our best to educate you and to ease any anxiety you may have about anesthesia.