Your Pet's Surgery

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    Postoperative Care

    The amount of time your pet will need to be monitored after surgery varies. In some cases, animals will need to be monitored overnight; in others, they can be sent…

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    Pain Management

    Just as with humans, pain has many negative effects on pets that go beyond physical discomfort. Pain after surgery can slow healing and worsen diseases like arthritis. Since our companions…

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    Anesthesia

    For most surgical procedures anesthesia is required. While under anesthesia your pet is continuously monitored by our staff and specialized anesthesia monitoring technology. Your pet’s blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory…

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    Pre-Surgery Exam

    Before your pet undergoes any surgical procedure, the veterinary team at Dodgeville Veterinary Service conducts a thorough examination. This exam includes a pre-surgical blood screen, which, along with your pet’s…

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    Surgery

    Dodgeville Veterinary Service’s state-of-the-art surgical facility ensures procedures are as safe and efficient as possible. Veterinary technology is rapidly advancing. These advancements, combined with our expertise, greatly reduce the risk…