Pre-Op Instructions

Before Your Dog’s Surgery

Adult dogs: No food after 10 pm the night before surgery. (Water is ok)

Puppies under 3 months old: Feed small breakfast around 7AM, then pick up food. (Water is ok)

Dogs must arrive on a leash or in a carrier. You must bring proof of current rabies vaccination or a rabies vaccination will be administered here for an additional charge.

We suggest that a topical flea/tick preventative be applied to your pet 72 hours before your scheduled appointment in order to minimize the risk of possible exposure to parasites.

Take your dog on a walk before arriving at the clinic.

 

Before Your Cat’s Surgery

Adults Cats: No food after 10 pm the night before surgery. (Water is ok)

Kittens under 3 months of age: Feed small breakfast around 7am, then pick up food. (Water is ok)

Cats must arrive in separate secure carriers or traps. No cardboard boxes, tote boxes or laundry baskets. One cat per carrier. If you are bringing a feral cat in a trap, please cover the trap.

You must bring proof of current rabies vaccination or a rabies vaccination will be administered here for an additional charge.

We suggest that a topical flea/tick preventative be applied to your pet 72 hours before your scheduled appointment in order to minimize the risk of possible exposure to parasites.