Pet Anesthesia

Some veterinary procedures need to be performed while your pet is under anesthesia so that they will not feel pain and will remain still.

Pet Anesthesia

The experienced care team at Mauldin Station Vet is trained to carefully select, dose, and administer medications and to monitor your pet while they are here. To ensure the best outcome possible, our qualified staff and veterinarians monitor your pet before, during, and after anesthesia.

You can be confident that safety, effectiveness, and comfort are always put first when you entrust our devoted medical staff with managing your pet’s anesthetic care. Please talk with us if you have any concerns. We want to make sure that you are part of the team that cares for your pet.

We advise that your pet does not eat the night before anesthesia, beginning at midnight, for cats and dogs older than 12 weeks. Your pet may drink water up to the admission time for the surgery. For good hygiene and reduced chances of infection, we recommend that your pet be bathed the day before surgery.


Why Choose Mauldin Station Vet for Anesthesia Services

Safety First: Your pet’s safety is our top priority. We follow stringent safety protocols and guidelines to meet your pet’s specific needs and ensure their safety and comfort while minimizing risks associated with anesthesia.
Compassionate Care: We treat every pet as our own, offering them the same level of love and compassion as you do. We prioritize pain control and employ the most up-to-date methods to reduce discomfort and your pet’s recovery.
Advanced Monitoring: Our state-of-the-art monitoring technology closely checks your pet’s vital signs and ensures a painless anesthetic procedure.
Knowledge and Experience: Your pet will receive the best treatment possible thanks to the years of anesthesia management experience possessed by our highly qualified veterinarians and staff.
Convenience: Located in the heart of Mauldin, our clinic offers easy access for all pet owners.