Spaying Your Pet Northeast Philadelphia Veterinary Hospital

After the Doctor reviews your pet’s blood work results and determines that we can safely proceed, an IV catheter is placed to allow for emergency drug access. Your pet will be given an injection for sedation; a tube will be placed in the throat so your pet can be connected to an anesthesia machine which will administer a combination of anesthesia and oxygen. One of our trained veterinary technicians will perform surgical monitoring. 

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