Animal Hospital of Chetk/North (Rice Lake)

941 24 1/2 Street
Chetek, WI 54728

(715)859-6650

www.animalhospitalchetek.com

Animal Hospital of Chetek and Animal Hospital North (Rice Lake) Feline Spay & Neuter Packages


SPAY PACKAGE - FELINE

Pre Anesthetic exam - Performed by veterinarian to make sure patient is healthy enough for surgery. .

IV Catheter - Rarely complications arise; catheters help us give life saving drugs faster if they do.

Pre-Surgical anti-inflammatory injection - Further reduces pain and inflammation during and after surgery.

Pre-Surgical opioids - Prior to surgery pain medications such a hydromorphone (similar to morphine) or Butorphanol are given to make the procedure more comfortable to the patient.

Ovariohysterectomy- Includes: procedure, materials used, anesthetic drugs, anesthetic monitoring, pre and post-op pain management, IV fluids are given throughout surgery to protect the kidneys, and a one night stay in the hospital.

Bair Hugger Heated Blanket - Used during surgery to help prevent hypothermia (low body temperature).

Buprenorphine Slow Release - following surgery a long lasting morphine like medication is given. This medication is slowly release into the blood stream over three days. The slow release technology eliminates the need for dangerous patches, and hard to give oral opioids.

Meloxicam take home oral anti-inflammatory and pain medication.

Nail trim - Complimentary.

*We strongly recommend placing a microchip at the time of this procedure.

**All patients over seven years of age will be required to have a level 3 profile completed. This will test for hydration, infection, inflammation, liver, kidney, and pancreas function, screens for diabetes, as well as electrolyte levels to make sure the cardiovascular and neurological systems  are receiving the nutrition they need prior to undergoing anesthesia.

***Patients in heat, patients over 10 pounds, and obese patients may be charged an additional fee as surgery in these patients often requires additional materials and time.

 

 


 

SPAY/DECLAW  PACKAGE - FELINE

Pre Anesthetic exam - Performed by veterinarian to make sure patient is healthy enough for surgery.

IV Catheter - Rarely complications arise; catheters help us give life saving drugs faster if they do.

Pre-Surgical anti-inflammatory injection -  Further reduces pain and inflammation during and after surgery.

Pre-Surgical opioids - Prior to surgery pain medications such a hydromorphone (similar to morphine) or Butorphanol are given to make the procedure more comfortable to the patient.

Ovariohysterectomy/Declaw - Same as above, plus 10 digit amputation using radiowave surgery to reduce chances of complications, as well as a two night stay in the hospital. 

Bupivicaine:Lidocaine nerve blocks -  Nerve blocks performed at digital nerves to further reduce pain sensation during and after surgery

Buprenorphine Slow Release - following surgery a long lasting morphine like medication is given. This medication is slowly release into the blood stream over three days. The slow release technology eliminates the need for dangerous patches, and hard to give oral opioids.

Bair Hugger Heated Blanket - Used during surgery to help prevent hypothermia (low body temperature).

Meloxicam take home oral anti-inflammatory and pain medication.

 

*We strongly recommend placing a microchip at the time of this procedure.

**All patients over seven years of age will be required to have a level 3 profile completed. This will test for hydration, infection, inflammation, liver, kidney, and pancreas function, screens for diabetes, as well as electrolyte levels to make sure the cardiovascular and neurological systems  are receiving the nutrition they need prior to undergoing anesthesia.

***Patients in heat, patients over 10 pounds, and obese patients may be charged an additional fee as surgery in these patients often requires additional materials and time.

****Patients over 4 months old may be charged an additional fee as the amputation is more difficult to perform after this age.

*****We will not declaw the hind limbs unless medically necessary.

  


 

NEUTER PACKAGE - FELINE

Pre Anesthetic exam - Performed by veterinarian to make sure patient is healthy enough for surgery.

Pre-Surgical anti-inflammatory injection - Further reduces pain and inflammation during and after surgery.

Pre-Surgical opioids - Prior to surgery pain medications such a hydromorphone (similar to morphine) or Butorphanol are given to make the procedure more comfortable to the patient.

Neuter - Includes: procedure, materials used, anesthetic drugs, anesthetic monitoring, pre and post-op pain management

Bair Hugger Heated Blanket - Used during surgery to help prevent hypothermia (low body temperature).

Buprenorphine Slow Release - following surgery a long lasting morphine like medication is given. This medication is slowly release into the blood stream over three days. The slow release technology eliminates the need for dangerous patches, and hard to give oral opioids.

Nail trim - Complimentary.

*We strongly recommend placing a microchip at the time of this procedure.

**All patients over seven years of age will be required to have a level 3 profile  completed. This will test for hydration, infection, inflammation, liver, kidney, and pancreas function, screens for diabetes, as well as electrolyte levels to make sure the cardiovascular and neurological systems  are receiving the nutrition they need prior to undergoing anesthesia.

***Patients over 10 pounds and obese patients may be charged an additional $10 dollar fee as surgery in these patients often requires additional materials and time.

 


 

NEUTER/DECLAW  BEST PACKAGE - FELINE

Pre Anesthetic exam -  Performed by veterinarian to make sure patient is healthy enough for surgery. 

IV Catheter - Rarely complications arise; catheters help us give life saving drugs faster if they do.

Pre-Surgical anti-inflammatory injection - Further reduces pain and inflammation during and after surgery.

Pre-Surgical opioids - Prior to surgery pain medications such a hydromorphone (similar to morphine) or Butorphanol are given to make the procedure more comfortable to the patient.

Neuter/Declaw - Same as above, plus 10 digit amputation using radiowave surgery to reduce chances of complications, as well as a two night stay in the hospital. 

Bupivicaine:Lidocaine nerve blocks -  Nerve blocks performed at digital nerves to further reduce pain sensation during and after surgery

Bair Hugger Heated Blanket - Used during surgery to help prevent hypothermia (low body temperature).

Buprenorphine Slow Release - following surgery a long lasting morphine like medication is given. This medication is slowly release into the blood stream over three days. The slow release technology eliminates the need for dangerous patches, and hard to give oral opioids.

Meloxicam take home oral anti-inflammatory and pain medication.

Buprenorphine take home oral pain medication.

 

*All surgeries are preformed on a heated surgery table regardless of package selected.

**We strongly recommend placing a microchip at the time of this procedure. 

***All patients over seven years of age will be required to have a level 3 profile completed. This will test for hydration, infection, inflammation, liver, kidney, and pancreas function, screens for diabetes, as well as electrolyte levels to make sure the cardiovascular and neurological systems  are receiving the nutrition they need prior to undergoing anesthesia.

****Patients in heat, patients over 10 pounds, and obese patients may be charged an additional fee as surgery in these patients often requires additional materials and time.

*****Patients over 4 months old may be charged an additional  as the amputation is more difficult to perform after this age.

******We will not declaw the hind limbs unless medically necessary.

 

 

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