At Sangaree Animal Hospital at Cane Bay, we treat all surgeries with the same level of care, attention to detail, and safety. Whether your pet is undergoing a routine surgery or a lifesaving procedure, our team will take every possible precaution to ensure your pet’s safety during the entirety of the process from anesthesia to recovery.
It’s the opinion of our veterinary team that all companion animals should be spayed or neutered. This procedure, which involves the removal of reproductive organs in females (spaying) or males (neutering), is a responsible choice not only for your pet but for the pet community as a whole.
Unwanted pregnancies among pets that haven’t been spayed or neutered can result in pets without homes, which often end up in shelters and unfortunately can end up being euthanized.
Meanwhile, spaying and neutering come with a range of health benefits. They lead to longer life expectancy, lower risk of certain cancers, and decreased behaviors that can be unpleasant or dangerous for your pet such as going through ‘heat,’ wandering far from home in search of mating partners, excessive ‘marking’ urination, and aggression.
Meanwhile, recovering from spaying and neutering procedures is relatively short and won’t result in any lasting changes to your pet’s lovable personality.
Proper anesthesia is absolutely essential during surgical procedures for pets. General anesthesia keeps your pet sedated during procedures in order to keep them safe, stress-free, and unable to experience any pain or discomfort during the surgery.
We use the most advanced techniques and technology to assess the proper anesthesia levels for your pet’s size, age, breed, and more, and monitor your pet’s vitals during the procedure to ensure their anesthesia level remains safe and consistent.
Located just half a mile from Cane Bay High School in The Market at Cane Bay.