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  • PRINTING OF FORMS

    Forms are located in module on bottom of Home Page.
    Please click on appropriate form to print, complete & bring in.

    Thank you!
    Petcare Animal Hospital


  • Pricing

    call for prices or discuss at Clinic when dropping off


  • Client Information Sheet

    Please fill out and bring with you.  We must have your Social Security Number or Drivers License Number

  • Dental Consent

    *Drop Off for dentals is between 7a - 8a
    *Please allow 10-15 minutes for check-in
    *No Food after midnight the night before, a little water is ok

    PRE-ANESTHETIC BLOODWORK:

    To ensure that your pet can properly process and eliminate anesthetic agents, we recommend and highly encourage that your pet have pre-anesthetic blood testing performed prior to any anesthetic procedure. These tests confirm that your pet's organs are functioning properly. The tests also reveal hidden health conditions that could put your pet at risk.
    NOTE:  Pre-Anesthetic bloodwork is required for pets over 6 years of age undergoing surgery or dental. 

    This is especially important for older pets. Older pets are more likely to have organ problems. Pre-anesthetic blood work can reveal evidence of underlying and hidden disease. If the results are normal, we can proceed with the anesthetic procedure. If the results are abnormal, we may simply need to alter the type of anesthesia used or run further tests to determine the extent of the problem and initiate treatment. While there is no guarantee that blood testing will reveal an illness the pet may have, the pre-anesthetic blood work still allows us to catch a problem early.

    Pre-anesthetic blood work is also important for our younger pets. Some pets are born with genetic or congenital organ problems that may not show until later in life. These conditions can be worsened by anesthesia. The pre-anesthetic blood work allows us to catch these problems early and avoid exacerbation of the pet's condition with anesthesia.



  • Surgery Consent

    *Drop Off for surgeries is between 7a - 8a
    *Please allow 10-15 minutes for check-in
    *No Food after midnight the night before, a little water is ok

    PRE-ANESTHETIC BLOODWORK:

    To ensure that your pet can properly process and eliminate anesthetic agents, we recommend and highly encourage that your pet have pre-anesthetic blood testing performed prior to any anesthetic procedure. These tests confirm that your pet's organs are functioning properly. The tests also reveal hidden health conditions that could put your pet at risk.
    NOTE:  Pre-Anesthetic bloodwork is required for pets over 6 years of age undergoing surgery or dental. 

    This is especially important for older pets. Older pets are more likely to have organ problems. Pre-anesthetic blood work can reveal evidence of underlying and hidden disease. If the results are normal, we can proceed with the anesthetic procedure. If the results are abnormal, we may simply need to alter the type of anesthesia used or run further tests to determine the extent of the problem and initiate treatment. While there is no guarantee that blood testing will reveal an illness the pet may have, the pre-anesthetic blood work still allows us to catch a problem early.

    Pre-anesthetic blood work is also important for our younger pets. Some pets are born with genetic or congenital organ problems that may not show until later in life. These conditions can be worsened by anesthesia. The pre-anesthetic blood work allows us to catch these problems early and avoid exacerbation of the pet's condition with anesthesia.

    MICROCHIPPING

    The registration fee is paid to us, we insert the chip and send in the form for you to Home Again.  When picking up your pet, you will fill out the form.

    POST-OP LASER THERAPY

    Laser Therapy helps promote healing and reduce inflammation

  • Groom Consent

    drop off between 8a - 9a

  • Drop Off form

    when dropping your pet off for the day for a doctor appointment, we need as much information as possible since you will not be there to answer questions.  Please be sure we have a correct phone number to reach you during that time, in case there is an issue or the Doctor needs to speak with you.