Pre-surgical Blood Work
- Check for subclinical diseases
- Verify organ function prior to anesthesia
An MPRO is a “mini” profile, recommended as a screening process for younger, healthier animals.
A PROV is a more comprehensive bloodwork panel, recommended for older animals or those who may have underlying health issues.
Anterior Cruciate Repair
Femoral Head Osteotomy
Fracture Repair (Pin)
Fibular Head Transposition
Intestinal Foreign Body
Lateral Ear Resection (Lacroix)
Umbilical Hernia Repair
We strongly recommend all pets receive the 911 Pet Chip for safety and identification purposes.
The microchip is:
- The size of a grain of rice
- Injected into the subcutaneous layer of the skin
Benefits of a microchip:
- Shelters and hospitals check for microchips in stray or lost animals
- It is illegal for any laboratory to harbor an animal with a microchip or tattoo
What time should I drop off my pet?
Please arrive for surgery drop off between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. the morning of surgery. When you arrive, wait in your car and call 614-471-2201. Our phones will not yet be turned over at this time, so leave a voicemail with your name, your pet’s name, your phone number, and the letter/number of parking spot you are in. A receptionist will then come out to your car with the paperwork to get your pet checked in for surgery.
When should I stop feeding my pet? Can they have water?
Do not allow your pet to consume any food after 9:00 p.m. the night before surgery. They may continue to drink water as usual. Rabbits are allowed to eat up to the time of surgery and owners must bring food for them for the duration of their stay.
How long does it take to check in for surgery?
The check-in process takes about 15 minutes. When checking a pet, the owner or another authorized adult must sign and complete paperwork and a short questionnaire. The questionnaire will help us better understand the patient and provide them with the best possible care.
What time is my pet’s surgery?
The surgery order is determined by the surgeon on the day of surgery after all patients have arrived. There are no set times for each individual surgery because clients may cancel, emergencies may be added to the schedule, or surgery may become more or less extensive than anticipated.
How do I know when the surgery is done?
The surgeon or a technician will call after the surgery to talk to you about the procedure and state when your pet can be picked up to go home.
How do I care for my pet after surgery?
At the time of pickup, a technician will bring your pet out to you and review the aftercare instructions. They will answer any questions you may have about the procedure, recovery process, or medications, including how to properly administer pills.
How long does the surgical release process take?
Please allow for a 10 to 15-minute wait while a technician gathers your pet’s belongings, medications, and release instructions.
If you have any questions or concerns, or if you need to cancel or reschedule, please call us at 614-471-2201.
Dr. Jason Worman (Tuesday)
Dr. Deb Rausch (Wednesday)
Dr. John Worman (Thursday)
Dr. Joy Harkins (Friday)