Like you, our greatest concern is the well-being of your pet.
Before putting your pet under anesthesia we will perform a full
physical examination and recommend a blood chemistry analysis.
Blood chemistry testing informs us if your pet's vital organs
are functioning normally. Such tests are especially important
before any kind of anesthesia or surgery.
The Top Four Reasons to Test Your
Pet Before Anesthesia
Understanding your pets' blood work
Anesthesia Consent Form
Pre- Dental Form
Within the 48 States
Destination address -NOT
The name of the person
receiving the animal
If flying/shipping by air,
the name of the airline carrier; pets must be 8 weeks or older to
If shipping or travelling
other than air, the carrier name, address and phone number
If 12 weeks or older,
rabies information on the rabies certificate: date,
manufacturer, lot number, name of the veterinarian who
administered the vaccine - we have this
information if the rabies shot was given here