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A Typical Day at Operation PETS

 

After you make an appointment to bring your pet to Operation PETS, what then?
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic

We have a very strict surgical schedule that must be followed so it is very important that you arrive on time. If you are late we may need to re-schedule your appointment. Check-in time for dogs is 7:45 AM; check-in time for friendly cats in carriers is 7:30 AM and check-in time for feral cats in humane traps is 8:00 AM.

We check-in all patients at the same time. Plan to be here up to 60 minutes.

 

Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
When you arrive you will leave your pet in the car and come inside first to complete the required paperwork and pay.

When your paperwork is complete we will ask you to bring your pet in.

Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Our veterinarian will perform a pre-operative physical exam to make sure that your pet is a good surgical candidate.

If there are any concerns you will be notified by phone and the condition will be discussed with you.

Otherwise your pet will be cleared for surgery.

Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Your pet is then settled into its kennel.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
The first step is a pre-anesthetic injection.

This will help your pet relax and will make them a little sleepy.

Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Pet is then taken to the surgical suite.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
The actual anesthetic is administered.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Your pet is prepped for surgery.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
And surgery is performed.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
After surgery animals are moved to the recovery blanket.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Our surgical team will check on your pet’s progress throughout the recovery period.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
When your pet is actively trying to get up it is carried back to its kennel.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Back in the kennel your pet is given a small snack and checked on several times during the day.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
Sometimes hugs and kisses make it all feel better.
Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
At the end of the day all patients are assessed for recovery status or signs of complications.

After full recovery from anesthesia, animals are discharged from the clinic the same day as surgery.

Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic
We discharge all patients at the same time (group discharge). It’s important that you arrive on time.

Plan to be here 20-30 minutes.

We will review post-operative instructions with you. You will be told what to expect over the next few days as your pet recovers from surgery.

You will told of any conditions or medical issues the veterinarian may have found during examination that require follow up at a full service veterinary hospital.

Your pet is happy to see you and ready to go home!!

Happy patient of Operation Pets
Happy patient of Operation Pets

Operation Pets

3443 South Park Ave.,  Buffalo, NY  14219
Phone:  716-783-8998 | Fax: 716-783-8099

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