Cleaning up vomit is a fact of life if you're lucky enough to have a dog in your life. Although all dogs vomit from time to time, it's important to distinguish between simple upset stomachs and mo ...View Article
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Posted on 02-14-2014
Many owners are afraid to put their pets under anesthesia even if it is for a surgery that is routinely done, such as a neuter or spay. Our veterinarians at Eagle Animal Hospital take many precautions to insure that all pets are safe. Before surgery, a pre-anesthetic profile is done. This is blood work that shows the health of your pet is internal organs. The blood panel reveals glucose levels, red blood cell and white blood cell counts, kidney and liver , as well as the ability to clot blood. Once we confirm these values are all within normal limits, we can proceed with surgery.
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