Spay/Neuter Anesthetic Procedure Authorization 2018-05-15T06:11:58+00:00

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  • Spay/Neuter Anesthetic Procedure Authorization

    Blood Testing For Pets Under 6 years old: Pre-anesthetic blood tests help ensure your pet’s liver and kidneys are working well, and ensure they have the appropriate levels of red blood cells, blood proteins, and blood sugar. Each of these things are important while under anesthesia. It is uncommon or younger pets to have issues with these parameters, but pre-anesthetic blood testing is the only way to be certain. Changes on blood tests are more common in older pets, so pets over 6 years old are required to have pre-anesthetic blood tests.
  • I, the undersigned owner or agent of the owner of the pet identified above, certify that I am of eighteen years of age or over and authorize the veterinarian(s) at this practice to perform the above procedure(s). I understand that some risks always exist with anesthesia and/or surgery and that I am encouraged to discuss any concerns I have about those risks with the attending veterinarian before the procedure(s) is/are initiated. My signature on this form indicates that any questions I have regarding the following issues have been answered to my satisfaction:
    • The reasonable medical and/or surgical treatment options for my pet
    • Sufficient details of the procedures to understand what will be performed
    • How fully my pet will recover and how long it will take
    • The most common and serious complications
    • The length and type of follow-up care and home restraint required
    • The estimate of the fees for all services
    • Any necessary payment arrangements
    While I accept that all procedures will be performed to the best of the abilities of the staff at this hospital, I understand that veterinary medicine is not an exact science and that no guarantee or warranty has been made regarding the results that may be achieved. I agree to pay the estimated fees, assume financial responsibility for the remaining fees, and provide payment in full at the time my pet is discharged from the hospital. Should an unexpected critical situation arise (choose one):
  • I have read and understand the nature of the above procedures and give my consent to proceed.
  • Microchipping

    Microchipping is the most permanent Pet Identification system available today. Often the best time to place a microchip is when the pet is under anesthesia so the pet does not have to feel the pain of the larger than average needle.
  • I understand that fees beyond the estimate for this procedure may result if it is found that my pet is in heat or cryptorchid.
  • Occasionally while under anesthesia deciduous teeth are found in pets that are in need of extraction in an attempt to avoid future procedures.
  • I have read and understand the nature of the above procedures and give my consent to proceed.