When you take the decision to Spay/Neuter your furbaby our Compassionate and Experienced Team will ensure the procedure meets the highest standards of care.
When Should I Spay or Neuter my Pet?
- Every pet is unique and to provide the best care we recommend discussing this procedure with one of our Veterinarians.
What Type of Care will my Furbaby Receive?
The Sears Animal Care Team includes 3 Registered Veterinary Technicians anchored by our Manager with over 30 years of experience in Emergency and Specialty Care.
Our Surgeries have strict protocols that include Pre Anesthetic Blood work to ensure no underlying health conditions are present; IV Fluids and are carefully monitored to ensure the highest level of safety.
We are able to take the necessary steps to ensure your Pet is not in Pain or Discomfort Before, During and After any Surgical Procedure by administering and monitoring General Anesthesia throughout the procedure. Through the use of proper Anesthetic Depth, Pain Medication and Laser Therapy.
We will monitor your pets vital signs during and post surgery.
Your loved one will be taken care of by our professional care throughout the day.
What to Expect when your Pet Arrives for Spay/Neuter
- Arrive at the Hospital in the Morning of Scheduled Surgery(If Morning Drop Off is not Convenient, a drop off may be scheduled for the Night Before)
- Our Surgical Team will carefully examine your pet prior to surgery and select the proper anesthetic drug for each individual pet, based on age, breed and medical history.
- Pre Anesthetic Blood Work performed in our In-House Lab to ensure No Underlying Health Concerns.
- Low Radiation Digital X Rays are taken as required
- General Anesthesia administered with IV Fluids and Pain Medication as required.
- Your Pet will be Carefully Monitored throughout the procedure by our Experienced Registered Veterinary Technicians for blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, Respiratory Rate and Depth of Anesthetic.
- Surgery is performed by our experienced Veterinarian and Microchips are implanted if requested.
- Laser Therapy is administered post surgery to help with pain and Speed the Healing Process. (There will be no Laser Therapy if tumours are removed)
- Phone Call from our Veterinarian or Registered Veterinary Technician reviewing the procedure and outcomes.
- Hospitalization and Care may be for the balance of the day and pick up time is usually between 4.30 and 6 pm. If you need another option time for pick up we are happy to help.
- Our Veterinarians will recommend a Follow Up Exam and our Team will review the detailed Home Care Treatment Plan that includes prescribed medication/diet and careful observation.
Ask Us About our Spay & Neuter Family Plans
- Puppies and Kittens
- Mature Pets
They offer Complete Care that includes Unlimited Examinations, Vaccinations, Deworming, Behavioural Counselling and much more.
Sears Animal Hospital & Pet Rehabilitation has a Post-Operative Pain Management Plan to minimize discomfort and provides Hospitalization and Care.
Modern Surgery Suite and Diagnostic Equipment
Our Hospital is equipped with In-House Pharmacy and the following Modern Equipment to ensure your loved one has the best care possible.
- Veterinary In-House Laboratory
- Low Radiation Digital X-Ray
- Dental Digital X-Ray
- Modern Diagnostic Ultrasound
- IV Pumps
- Anesthetic Equipment
- Regenerative Medicine In-House Laboratory
- Underwater Treadmill
- Therapeutic Laser