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featured-cat-tabbyWhen your pet is ready to be discharged, the receptionists will set up a discharge appointment for you. During the visit, you will meet with an associate veterinarian. They will review the instructions for your pet’s post-operative care, show you radiographs, and answer any questions you may have. Although in most cases the surgeon will not meet with you at the time of discharge, please feel free to call and speak with them if you have a question or concern about your pet.

Our mission is to provide specialized surgical care when your pet needs it, as determined by you and your veterinarian. After the surgery and post-operative periods, your pet’s care should be continued by your primary care veterinarian. After your initial visit and during hospitalization, our surgeons will be in close contact with your veterinarian and will mail them a detailed report for your pet’s medical record.