Surgical Procedures at Greystanes Vet

At Greystanes Vet Clinic, we prioritise the health and well-being of your cherished pets. Our dedicated team of experienced veterinarians is equipped to perform a wide range of surgical procedures with precision and care.
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Comprehensive Surgical Services Tailored to Your Pet's Needs

At Greystanes Vet Clinic, we understand that each pet is unique, and their surgical needs vary. That's why we offer a comprehensive range of surgical procedures, carefully tailored to the individual requirements of your furry companion.

From routine spaying and neutering to more specialised surgeries, our team of skilled veterinarians is equipped to handle it all. We employ the latest techniques and adhere to the highest standards of veterinary care to ensure the best possible outcome for your pet.

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Expert Surgeons, State of theArt Facility

When it comes to surgical procedures, expertise and technology go hand in hand. Greystanes Vet Clinic is proud to house a state-of-the-art surgical suite and a team of experienced surgeons who are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your pet.

Our facility is equipped with advanced monitoring equipment and stringent safety protocols, ensuring a safe and comfortable surgical experience. Rest easy knowing that your pet is in capable hands at Greystanes Vet Clinic, where their well-being is our foremost priority.
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On the day of surgery

No breakfast for your pet on the day of surgery. This is very important as it is not safe for your pet to have an anaesthetic if they have eaten. Remember to remove their water bowl first thing in the morning. Make sure you arrive at your appointment on time so our clinical nurse can assist you to complete the pre-operative administration. Being on time ensures our team can provide you and your pet our undivided attention.For the comfort of your pet please ensure they have been toileted before admission.

Our standards of care for surgical procedures

At Greystanes Vet, we pride ourselves on our unwavering commitment to providing the highest quality veterinary care for your beloved pets. Our dedication to their well-being extends to every facet of our practice, especially when it comes to surgical procedures.

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Surgery and anaesthesia are very safe in the majority of cases. Because every pet is different, each patient will receive a blood test to assess kidney function and red blood cell concentration prior to administering an anaesthetic. This blood test is only a “snapshot”. In some cases, the duty veterinarian will express the need for a more thorough blood test if the patient is senior (over seven years old) or has pre-existing conditions.A more detailed blood test will help us select the best anaesthetic with minimal risk levels. Where necessary, supportive therapy will be initiated to aid your pet’s recovery. A blood test also provides baseline health information for your pet which will become a part of their medical record for future reference.
This pre-anaesthetic test is extremely beneficial regardless of age, but vital for senior pets over seven years old. The duty veterinarian or inpatient nurse will advise on this matter prior to surgical commencement.Please ask your inpatient nurse about the cost involved. This test is not compulsory, but highly valuable. The inpatient nurse will record your preference on the consent form at the time of admission.
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Extended fluids mean they’re given intravenous fluids from admission through until discharge. So in some cases, these patients may benefit from several additional hours of hydration.

To prevent dehydration and assist the anaesthetic drugs being flushed through the system, patients will receive fluids as required throughout a surgical procedure. In some cases, fluids should be extended*, especially for elderly or debilitated pets, or those with renal (kidney) conditions. All lengthy surgical procedures will require fluids. The duty veterinarian or inpatient nurse will advise on this matter prior to surgical commencement.
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Make an appointment or get in touch to discuss your needs or concerns. We’re as close as a phone call or email away and we can arrange emergency and home visits, where practicable.

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