9500 Falls of Neuse Rd
Raleigh, NC 27615
941 Gateway Commons Cir
Wake Forest, NC 27587
For the safety of both my pet and the staff, he or she must be current on rabies, distemper, kennel cough (dogs only), and annual fecal examination and must be free from external parasites. (If my pet is not current, or current records are unavailable, I understand that my pet’s vaccines, tests and treatment will be updated today.) The vaccines, internal parasite test and/or flea treatment will be in addition to all other charges.
For an additional cost:
Before any pet is put under general anesthesia, the doctor will do a thorough examination (nose to toes); however,
the doctor is limited in what they can feel in this physical exam, the pre-anesthetic blood panel gives him or her a
peek inside, allowing him or her to check your pet’s red blood cells, and various organ functions, to be sure he or
she are able to remove the anesthesia agents from your pet’s body after surgery for a smooth recovery. This test
assists the doctor in determining the appropriate anesthetic drugs for your pet.
For our “senior” pets undergoing surgery, we recommend a general blood screening panel. A general blood panel
consists of a full organ workup, a total protein, and red blood cell evaluation. These results are important as our
pets get older to make anesthesia as safe as possible. If abnormalities are detected, the doctor may recommend further
testing, special monitoring during and after the procedure, and/or postponing the surgery at this time.
We offer a post-operative laser therapy treatment that will further decrease post-operative pain, help to shorten recovery time, and decrease scar tissue formation.
The “HomeAgain” identification microchip implant is available for your pet’s safety. We are happy to implant this
chip today while your pet is already under sedation. If you have any questions about the benefits of the chip, please
ask one of our team members.
Canines only. ProHeart injections are the most convenient and effective way of preventing heartworm disease in your furry best friend. It is a single injection that is 100% effective at preventing heartworm disease, and lasts for either 6 or 12 months depending on your pet's age.
I agree to the surgical and additional procedure(s) selected on this form. I further understand that, even with extreme care, rare adverse reactions, which are unpredictable, may occur with any sedation procedure. These reactions may include cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, and death.
At Complete Pet Care, we may use text communication while your pet is here for surgery. This could include but is not limited to procedure and patient updates as well as photos.
You will receive a text update from a surgery technician when your pet is finished with surgery and in recovery.
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