Anesthesia combines sedatives and anesthetic agents to keep your pet asleep and comfortable. They receive an injection to help them relax, and then an IV to help them drift completely asleep. Once the procedure is finished, anesthetic medication will be slowly reduced and your pet will wake up.
At Morris Animal Hospital, we take pride in comprehensive monitoring while your pet is under anesthesia. A registered veterinary technician has trained eyes and ears on them at all times with the help of machines to monitor EKG, blood pressure, temperature, and blood oxygen level.